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For interest we switched from aes to blowfish and went from 250kb/s to 2mb/sec our winscp script.txt # Automatically abort script on errors option batch abort # Disable overwrite confirmations that conflict with the previous option confirm off # Connect using a password open sftp://user@pass@server -rawsettings Compression=1 AgentFwd=1 SshProt=1 ...


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This might be of use: AlternateStreamView. Never used it (and not affiliated to the author!) but it claims to be able to remove alternate data streams from NTFS files, which are the 'properties' the dialog refers to.


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Short answer: If the servers are close together you may be able to do it, if they are far away you will likely blow your transfer window. Either way, however, its a bad idea for the "simple" implementation. The fuller answer: I don't think this site is appropriate for the kind of question - the correct answer will be "it depends", and "you should run ...


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I'm going to offer an answer here that quantifies the issue you're likely to face. I have up-voted davidgo's answer too because it correctly describes the issue. Consider that 100,000 transfers over three hours equates to an average of roughly 10 transfers per second. That's 100 milliseconds each transfer. Server-to-server latency would have to be an ...


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You can simply google the endless possibilities you have. You can just share folders and access them via WiFi or even better, via LAN.



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