WebBrowser control

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I recently had a site that I have successfully been loading into a webbrowser control and downloading new files, change from ftp to sftp. I thought it was gonna be as easy as changing the url by adding the 's' to ftp, however, the site opens in a new window, not in the webbrowser control. Is there a way to force it to open as it did all along, in the control?

Thank you

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