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You are missing $:

$transferResult = $session.PutFiles($localPath, $remotePath, false, $transferOptions)

Hi sorry just getting to this again, actually did a lazy work around and just put the subfolder above the folder with the files I needed to transfer but would still like to make it work the right way. I'm an idiot when it comes to scripting I don't know a damn thing except to find a script someone has been kind enough to publish and try to make it work for my needs.

Here's the part of the script I believe is relevant and what I did which doesn't work and errors out. if I don't put the false, transferoptions it says error unknown cmdlet.
 transferOptions.FileMask = "|*/";

        $transferResult = $session.PutFiles($localPath, $remotePath, false, transferOptions)

Thanks for any additional help

Stop from uploading subdirectories?

Hi I pretty much know nothing when it comes to scripting but was able to use this script to fit my needs. Specifically the .net assembly one. In the example the local path c:\uploads\* I need to make it so only the files immediately in c:\uploads get transferred right now when I run the script all the sub directories and files inside those subdirectories are getting transferred. What should I change so only the files top level files get transferred? Thanks so much