l_elcocks at hotmail.co.uk
Tue Oct 12 16:00:49 CEST 2010
Im really sorry, i need this in simple terms. Putty command line looks alot better though!
this is the script i intend to use
>"%TMP%\~ftplist.txt" DIR /B "C:\encryptedfiles"
FOR /F "delims=" %%F IN ('MORE ^< "%TMP%\~ftplist.txt"') DO (
IF EXIST %%F (
MY PUTTY COMMAND GOES HERE ????????????????????????????????????????
IF ERRORLEVEL == 0 DEL "%%F"
I suppose what im asking is, please could you give the command, by the way does putty support SFTP with TLS authentication?
> Subject: Re: Scripting
> From: reid.thompson at ateb.com
> To: l_elcocks at hotmail.co.uk
> CC: reid.thompson at ateb.com
> Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2010 08:45:46 -0400
> On Tue, 2010-10-12 at 11:46 +0100, Lee Elcocks wrote:
> > Hello all.
> > This is my last resort. I know that this is not the realy the correct
> > place to pose such a question.
> > I have now succesfully set up a fully automated GPG solution, with the
> > help of all of you on this list.
> > However my next task is to intergrate the scripts with GPG with
> > WINSCP.
> > basically i want to do this.
> > Auto encrypted files end up in a folder called C:\encryptedfiles
> > then the WINSCP script will run and look at the files in the above
> > folder, collect the file names into a temporary text file, and SFTP
> > them over to a remote server.
> > My question is does anybody on this list have any knowledge of WINSCP
> > scripting?
> > Ive had a look at the help pages on the website and cannot for the
> > life of me figure them out! PS
> > I'm willing to pay!
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> use the putty tools... pscp.exe ... with an ssh passwordless keypair
> schedule a task to call a bat file with something like this....
> \path\to\pscp.exe -q -i \path\to\private-key.ppk \path\to\pattern_match_for_files remote_host_userid at remote_host.domain.com:/path/to/folder/to/put/files/in
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