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    Command LCD not working


    I connect to a FTP server from a command prompt.
    To tell where I want to receive the files, I specify a remote folder using the syntax as follow:
    ftp> LCD \\devicename\k$\Rawdata
    and it says -- > File not found
    From within Windows explorer, if I map \\devicename\k$\Rawdata, I connect to it successfully!

    Any idea what can block me doing it from ftp command?
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    Believe it or not,
    I managed it with slash instead of backslash
    like ftp> LCD //devicename/k$/Rawdata

    Originally Posted by infodemers
    I connect to a FTP server from a command prompt.
    To tell where I want to receive the files, I specify a remote folder using the syntax as follow:
    ftp> LCD \\devicename\k$\Rawdata
    and it says -- > File not found
    From within Windows explorer, if I map \\devicename\k$\Rawdata, I connect to it successfully!

    Any idea what can block me doing it from ftp command?

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