You can use the archive bit (assuming no one else is fiddling with the archive bits on the files you're interested in).
Windows sets the bit whenever a file is created or modified.
smb: \> archive 2
Will tell SMB only to operate on files that have that bit set, and to reset it to zero when done.
So this will help with
mput you want the opposite -- and the serverside archive bit won't help you see which of your own files has been modified, so this solution only works for
This activity (getting only changed files and resetting their archive bits) is common enough to have its own command line option as well. See the
--tar option with the
c (create) and
g (incremental) flags.