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Re: Change Permissions with Multiple Folders

You didn't describe what happens (incorrectly) after you do that.
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Change Permissions with Multiple Folders


When changing folder permissions recursively, I find that it doesn't work when selecting multiple folders.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Choose two folders each with 777 permissions.
2. Hold Shift and select those 2 folders.
3. Properties --> change permission recursively for files (644) and folders (755).