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after further testing with WinSCP on the client i am pretty sure that it's a Net::FTPSSL issue, as i can get the WinSCP client to conenct properly.

After testing with WinSCP i uninstalled the perl install (strawberry perl) and re-installed. I now get the following output in my log:

Net-FTPSSL Version: 0.22

Perl: 5.016001 5.16.1, OS: MSWin32

Server (port): (21)

Keys: (Debug), (Encryption), (Port)
Values: (1), (I), (21)

Cannot connect to SSL connect attempt failed with unknown error error:1408F10B:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_RECORD:wrong version number at line 63.

Some more google searching regarding this new error message hasn't brought me much in the way of a solution....

Does anybody have any ideas on how to fix this? I am at a loss for why this keeps failing, even though on other clients this script works just fine (including another windows 2008 r2 machine).

In reply to Re^3: Net::FTPSSL + TLS Handshake Fail by Pizentios
in thread [Solved] Net::FTPSSL + TLS Handshake Fail by Pizentios

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