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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document>>
    Installing SSH Tectia Client >>
    Getting Started >>
    Configuring SSH Tectia Client >>
    Connecting to a Remote Host Computer>>
    Transferring Files>>
    Tunneling Applications>>
    GUI Reference>>
    Troubleshooting >>
        Error Dialogs at Startup>>
        Error Dialogs During Operation >>
            Authentication Failure
            Confirm Disconnect
            Confirm File Overwrite
            Connection Failure
            Disconnected; Authentication Error
            Disconnection
            Enter Passcode
            Enter Passphrase for Private Key
            Enter PIN
            Error Renaming
            Failed to Create an Incoming Tunnel
            Host Identification
            Host Identification Failed
            New PIN
            PAM Response
            Password Needed for PFX Integrity Check
            The Remote Host Uses SSH1 Protocol
            Wrong Passphrase
            Wrong Password - Enter Again
        PKCS #11 Keys>>
        SSH1-Specific Error Messages >>
    Command-Line Tools >>

Error Renaming

This error message indicates that a file or folder on the remote host computer could not be renamed. Usually this means that the Secure Shell server software is too old to support renaming.

Renaming requires an SSH Secure Shell server version 2.2.0 (or later). Earlier SSH Secure Shell server versions do not support renaming. Renaming remote files or folders is not possible until the system administrator of the remote host computer updates the Secure Shell server software.

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