|path||(optional) is the path from the current folder. The path is honored on your local drive and the remote host. For example, "put folder/subfolder/test.txt" will look in current_folder/folder/subfolder/ to find text.txt and it will upload text.txt to current_folder/folder/subfolder/ on the remote host.|
|filename||is the name of the file to be transmitted to the remote host computer. The filename and path must be enclosed in double quotes if either contains a space. For example:|
|put "\subfolder\read me.txt"|
|550||You do not have the appropriate permissions to upload a file to the current folder on the host.|
put "read me.txt"
put "\folder\read me.txt"
* Sample script using the "put" command
* Allow the upload to replace and existing file on the host without a prompt
set replace_remote on
* Upload test.txt