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Recursive change of file permission through SSH

Unfortunately using the file manager it's not possible to recursively change the file permission.

To change file access permissions you need to use the chmod command using shell. It has -R or –recursive option that change files and directories recursively.

For example,

If you want to recursively change the permission of administrator folder to 755, you can use the below command.

-securelve_sh-4.1$ chmod 755 -R administrator

The above command will change permission of the folder 'administrator' to 755 as  well as all files/folders under the 'administrator' folder to 755.

 

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