Set Target Folder

How do you set the ftp target folder using .Net Framework 4.5?

Here's what I have:

Imports System.Net

Public Class FTPPlus2
   Shared Property HostName As String
   Shared Property Password As String
   Shared Property UserID As String
   Shared Property Target As String
   Shared Property ID As String
   Shared Property SiteName As String

   Shared Property request As FtpWebRequest
   Shared Property response As FtpWebResponse

   Shared Sub Disconnect()
      If response IsNot Nothing Then
         response.Close()
      End If
   End Sub

   Shared Sub Connect()
      request = DirectCast(WebRequest.Create(String.Format("ftp://{0}", HostName)), FtpWebRequest)
   End Sub

   Shared Sub ChangeCurrentFolder(FolderName)

   End Sub

   Shared Function Connected As Boolean
      Dim ret As Boolean  = False

      Return ret
   End Function

   Shared Sub Login()
      request.Credentials = New NetworkCredential(UserID, Password)
   End Sub
End Class

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Ray TurnerSenior ConsultantAsked:
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louisfrCommented:
The ftp target folder will be the one you put in your uri.
If you create your request using ftp://www.foobar.com/folder1/test.htm, the target folder will be /folder1
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Ray TurnerSenior ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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