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Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe?

I am referring to the Windows-native ftp.exe application. Out-of-the-box, it seems to overwrite files under any and all circumstances.

Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe? If this cannot be done with specific ftp.exe arguments, can it be done using a batch process to call ftp.exe?

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Hoping for some help

I am using this script to ftp to one of my servers.

<%
Set oShell = CreateObject('WScript.Shell')
cmdLine = 'c:windowssystem32ftp.exe -v -i -s:C:windowssystem32ftp.exe -s:'+Request.Form('website')+''
tempRet = oShell.Run('c:windowssystem32cmd.exe /c ' & cmdLine, 0, true)
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%>
<

ftp.exe: Ftp connection works with ftp.exe but not with FtpWebRequest

I'm trying to connect to a machine via FTP. Connecting with ftp.exe default Windows program via command line works.
If I try to connect via FtpWebRequest I get a timeout.

FtpWebRequest request = (FtpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create('ftp://192.168.1.211/COMTRADE/r001.cfg');
request.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.DownloadFile;
request.KeepAlive = false;
request.UseBinary = false;
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request.Timeout = -1;
FtpWebResponse respo

ftp.exe: Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe?

I am referring to the Windows-native ftp.exe application. Out-of-the-box, it seems to overwrite files under any and all circumstances.

Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe? If this cannot be done with specific ftp.exe arguments, can it be done using a batch process to call ftp.exe?

ftp.exe: Why I cannot get the output of ftp.exe by code?

I execute the ftp.exe cmd through a C# System.Diagnostics.Process type. And I use the following code to get the 'ftp.exe' output after I programmatically enter a 'help' command. But I can only get the first line of the result. And I never get to the 'end' output part. The whole program seems blocked.

Process p = new Process();
p.StartInfo.FileName = @'C:WindowsSystem32ftp.exe';
p.StartInfo.CreateNoWindow = true;
p.StartInfo.RedirectStandardInput = true;
p.S

ftp.exe: Using FTP.exe and mget to download files and directories from a ftp directory

I am trying to set up an automatic download of the files from a FTP directory on a scheduled basis. The solution I have come up with is to create a batch file that will be ran by windows task scheduler. the batch file is as follows (so far)

prompt
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myuser
mypassword
lcd C:localdir
cd /remotedir/
mget *
quit


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