In some cases, you may wish to increase or decrease the security of a file; or you may need to adjust the permissions of certain script files before they can be run. It is possible to change those file permissions using Plesk. The instructions below will guide you through the process of changing file permissions in Plesk.
The first set tells what the owner of the file or directory can do with it; the second tells
what the user group, the file or directory belongs to, can do with the file or directory;
the third set indicates what other users (the rest of the world, i.e. Internet users visiting
a site) can do with the file or directory. R means the permission to read the file or
directory, W means the permission to write to the file or directory, and X means the
permission to execute the file or look inside the directory. Click on "OK" when you
have assigned the permission.
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