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Are you able to transfer the files using scp from the command line with the -q flag set?

Have you tried upgrading your client machine to the latest version of OpenSSH?

What are exactly the kind of problems you see when using SFTP? Is it disabled in some host?

In reply to Re^3: Net::SCP::Expect wierdness by salva
in thread Net::SCP::Expect wierdness by blue_cowdawg

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