How do I drillthrough to a report in a different folder on the same report server?

I am using SQL Server 2012 Standard Edition and create my reports in SSDT (VS 2010).  I have created hundreds of drill through reports without any problem but they are always in the same folder and same server.

How do I specify the report in SSDT if it I am going to deploy it to a different folder of the same report server?  Let's say that under the HOME folder I have deployed a report to a folder called Sales/Products.  The main report is in that folder but a drill through report is in Sales/Employees folder.  Using a report in Sales/Products can I drill through to a report in Sales/Employees?  If so, how?

I have tried identifying the report by a path but it doesn't accept "/" or "\" when specifying a report.

Thanks for your help.
CalBobAsked:
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CalBobAuthor Commented:
I actually know the answer to this now.  It is easy and intuitive.  In SSDT when specifying the report, enter the path the drill through report will be deployed to.  For example, in the example I mentioned above when specifying the report include the path and report name like this:  Sales/Employees/report1.  I thought I tried this by must have had typos.  The path will be the same path entered in the project properties for deployment.
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