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PGPDECRYPT uses too much temporary space on the C: drive

Robo-FTP's PGPDECRYPT command uses the folder specified by the TEMP and TMP environment variables.

You can change these environment variables so they point to a folder on a drive that has more available space.

You will need to restart Robo-FTP for the changes to take effect.

Users of Robo-FTP 3.9 and later can also adjust this using the TMPNAME command. See the Help file for details.

Article last updated: 2017-07-18

Tags: Robo-FTP, PGP, temp

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