Fresh install of Cobian Gravity on Windows 2012 R2 and a fresh install on Windows 10. Both machines are up to date. The settings are identical in both setups for Cobian, even down to the test job.
The Windows 10 machine running the Cobian FTP test creates the new folder "test directory" and creates the 1kb temp file. The Windows server 2012 R2 machine does not. It creates the folder but hangs on the temp file. It creates it but it sits at 0kb. The error is below:
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The test will be processed by the engine. Please wait... Connecting to "x.x.x.x:21" The user "bk" has initiated a session on "x.x.x.x:21" Changing the remote directory to "/test-folder" The remote directory has been changed to "/test-folder" Creating the remote directory "Cobian Backup 11 test directory-2021-10-14 08;06;46" The remote directory "Cobian Backup 11 test directory-2021-10-14 08;06;46" was successfully created Changing the remote directory to "Cobian Backup 11 test directory-2021-10-14 08;06;46" The remote directory has been changed to "Cobian Backup 11 test directory-2021-10-14 08;06;46" Uploading the test file C:\Windows\Temp\Test file.txt... ERR An error occurred while uploading the test file "C:\Windows\Temp\Test file.txt": Read timed out. ERR Some errors were detected when testing the FTP settings FTP client disconnected
On the Windows 10 machine that same temp folder shows up as, "C:\Users\pat\AppData\Local\Temp\" and everything works fine.
Also FWIW Cobian Reflector works on both machines to do this upload. Although there is no TEST function in Reflector the job ran fine. Same settings as in the above scenario, literally the same user, folder, and FTP server.