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Custom file permissions are lost on Plesk upgrade on Windows

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    Unknown User

    So how exactly do we reload them? Do we need to reboot the server, run a script, reconfigure the website, use a command line utility...?

     

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    Nikolay Voytko

    Once you have made necessary modifications to the security metadata file, run the ApplySecurity.exe utility to apply the security rules to Windows objects.

    For information about using the ApplySecurity.exe utility, consult Plesk for Microsoft Windows: Reference for Command-Line Utilities at http://download1.parallels.com/Plesk/PP12/12.0/Doc/en-US/online/plesk-win-cli/45411.htm. ApplySecurity.exe is stored under "%plesk_dir%\admin\bin64"

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