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dheck
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2018-12-11T16:09:00Z
Hi,
if i connect to one SFTP Server i receive the SFTP Error 114 and Connection lost due to error 10058. I already used the forum search but find only threads with private key authentification.
The credentials are correct, authentication typ is password
In override authentication only checked "Password authentication"
My password includes "%" (example %%12345) The % character is the first and second character in Password.

Quote:


SFTP error 114
SBSimpleSftp.EElSimpleSFTPClientError: Connection lost due to error 10058
bei SBSimpleSftp.TElSimpleSFTPClient.DoSend(Object Sender, Byte[] Buffer)
bei SBSSHCommon.TElSSHClass.DoSend(Byte[] Buffer, Int32 Size)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2SendOnTransportLayer(Int32 Size)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2SendDisconnect(Int32 ReasonCode, Byte[] Desc)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.PerformClose(Boolean Forced, String CloseReason)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2ContinueAuthentication(String AuthTypes)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2ParseServerUserauthFailure(Byte[] Buffer, Int32 Size)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2ParseOnUserauthLayer(Byte[] Buffer, Int32 Size)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.SSH2ParseOnTransportLayer(Byte[] Buffer, Int32 Size)
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.AnalyseBuffer()
bei SBSSHClient.TElSSHClient.DataAvailable()
bei SBSimpleSftp.TElSimpleSFTPClient.DataAvailable()
bei SBSimpleSftp.TElSimpleSFTPClient.DoMessageLoop()
bei SBSimpleSftp.TElSimpleSFTPClient.Open()
bei ctlRemoteBrowser.JLKMMEIOCBJAGNIJCOMAHGMDBEDAGEPFCFJP(Object )



Hope you can help me in this case, thanks
Gary_W
2018-12-11T16:40:29Z
I believe the % is a special character so you need to double it. Thus if the password has 2, you'll need to send 4 '%%%%12345' to mean '%%12345'. Best to avoid the percent sign in the password.
dheck
  •  dheck
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2018-12-12T12:24:48Z
thanks for your post Gary but i recieve the same error... I double the two %...
your right, i think its the best way is to avoid the percent sign, thanks.
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