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I've had the same problem - I think it has to do whith NTFS permissions. You can copy but you can't rename or move within NTFS partition mounted remotely. I'm still trying to investigate this further. If you are automating file manipulation between Linux and Windows I would recommend to dedicate a FAT32 directory if you want smoother processing of files. Then within the Windows server you can create further automated scripts to move the files between the FAT32 directory and the NTFS directory. If you are dealing with mega files then that's a different story. Also I found that it is better if you pull data from Windows < Linux than to push data from the Linux > Windows. Blame Microsoft for their closed mentality.