Thank you for your reply.
- As far as I understand rclone copy, does't let you copy a single file.
rclone copy source:path dest:path
'path' needs to be a directory, right?
This creates a new directory with the same file inside. Not what I want:
rclone copy IT:POS/Phase2_Spec-2.xlsx IT:POS/Phase2_Spec-2-TEST.xlsx
This doesn't do anything at all:
rclone copy IT:POS/Phase2_Spec-2.xlsx IT:POS
- Without --vfs-cache-mode full
Apart that it's extremely slow to do anything, but yes, same thing, original file 0KB and new copied file 0KB
Let me explain further. The purpose of this exercise is to use rclone on a terminal server, so all users can simultaneously access the drive. Google Drive FS is a mess on a terminal server, it can't work.
I would like to use rclone mount to do that. But not if I can't copy and paste a file securely.