If you use the FtpConnection class, which means you use the FtpFolder class, then you can get an instance of the folder that you want, and then simply use the Name property, which will rename the folder on the ftp server.
FtpConnection ftpConn = new FtpConnection( “yourserver”, “username”, “password” ); AbstractFolder folder = new FtpFolder( ftpConn, @”\folderToRename\” ); folder.Name = “folderNewName”;
Applies to Xceed FTP for .NET. Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Xceed admin (had 2208 views)