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TAIFUN

Re: Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

martin wrote:

After you check the "Set group, owner and permissions recursively", go to the "Permissions" and in theirs context menu select "Leave as Is".

Sorry for my late answer.

Oh, thx! I would never have guessed.)
martin

Re: Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

After you check the "Set group, owner and permissions recursively", go to the "Permissions" and in theirs context menu select "Leave as Is".

Sorry for my late answer.
martin

Re: Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

OK, I'll look at it.
TAIFUN

Re: Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

martin wrote:

If you do not change the permissions on the dialog, WinSCP won't do any "chmod".

So, I have a folder test. Folder test have a sub folder and files.
I need change owner for folder test and sub folders and files. You know?
But when I change the owner, the attributes change too. :-(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlyFfEeeyVE
martin

Re: Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

If you do not change the permissions on the dialog, WinSCP won't do any "chmod".
TAIFUN

Change "Owner", "Group" for recursively.

Hi!
I need change recursively "Owner" and "Group" for folder X. But I not a need change CHMOD for folder X and sub-files/sub-folders. See screenshot, pls.

This option is well implemented in the program "FlashFXP". See screenshot, pls.