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    How to change the Ownership permission of a folder in Mac OS X server?

    In my server, there are almost 1000 of users whose folder permission got reset by any means and now what I can see is the Owner field is blank. I know that "Chown" command is used to change the ownership but How can I change the ownership of that folder so that everyone can see the same. Remember I want to do it for 1000 users. I have used "Chown -R 100001 100001" but it is not working. What else can I do?

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    nikhil202k Array
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    Re: How to change the Ownership permission of a folder in Mac OS X server?

    Steps to change the Ownership Permission of a Folder in Mac OS X Server : If you want to change the Ownership Permission of a Folder in Mac OS X Server then you have to go through a sharing tab .

    After that find relatively new one on OS X and terminals .

    Now You have to type a name of command and use for changing ownership of file ( either folder or application ).

    Then You can change the Ownership Permission of Folder in Mac OS .

    After that go to the rename or move something in a place of Folder .

    This is a way to change the Ownership Permission of a Folder in Mac OS X Server .

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