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It works.
Thank you.

Re: GetFiles and remove set to true tries to delete folder

Sorry, I was wrong, you need to also add a file mask (*) to the source path, to select only contents. I've updated by answer above.

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I have:
session.GetFiles("/UP/", "\\hostname\SftpDownload\", True, transferOptions)

So there is a slash at the remote path end.

Re: GetFiles and remove set to true tries to delete folder

I suppose you do:
session.GetFiles("/remotepath/folder", "C:\\localpath\\", true).
This moves folder from /remotepath to C:\localpath\.

You probably want to do:
session.GetFiles("/remotepath/folder/*", "C:\\localpath\\folder\\", true) (note the slash).
This moves contents of /remotepath/folder/ to C:\localpath\folder\

GetFiles and remove set to true tries to delete folder

I have an issue.
I have GetFiles method's remove option set to true.
It removes all files but then it tries to remove the remote folder that those files where in.
I do not have permission to do that and that generates an error.

Anything I can do about that?