Ok, so what I ended up doing, was getting a simple socket project to work, on the Netduino Plus (1), as well as a Form project. Basically, what I had to do, was figure out how to use sockets to begin with, and for a while, all I could find was massively complicated examples online, but eventually found a basic program that sent data through System.Net.Sockets. So I created a basic Form on my desktop through Visual Studios 2010, that only the minimum. A box for the static IP of the Netduino Plus you are wanting to talk to, a box for the Port in order to talk through the sockets, and a button to toggle the onboard LED. So that is about all there is to the C# Form. The code isn't that complicated at all. So basically you have to set up the socket, then give the Ip address and Port, and then connect, send and close the socket. On the netduino plus side, I first found a video from OZhost, and followed what he did in his project, and kind of did what he did. On his video, he had you send over 3 numbers, the amount of times you wanted to blink the led on and off, then the time on in milliseconds and time off in milliseconds. So I took the basics of how he connected to a socket from that video, and wait for the incoming command, read the current status of the onboard LED, and then do an led.write(!status); which toggles the boolean every time.
So for anybody that is completely confused to the ramblings above, I will post the code for anybody that is as "new" to the Netduino Plus as I am. The file is 98kb's for both portions of this example. All you will need is your own netduino plus, a computer with visual studios with the ability to create a form and netduino projects, and a router.