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How do I change UNIX file permissions using Cyberduck?

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After connecting to your UNIX account, ctrl+click the file whose permissions you want to change.

Choose ‘Info’ in the menu that appears to see the permissions.

You can also select the file and press Command+I to see the information about the file.

Check or uncheck the permissions you would like to modify then click ‘Apply.’

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