How do I use the Exodus File Permissions Checker?

The Exodus File Permissions Checker allows you to easily view and fix file permission issues which don't match our recommended settings.

To use the File Permissions Checker:

  • Login to Exodus, head to Manage Hosting and click Manage on the hosting package you wish to check file permissions for.
  • Choose the File Permissions Checker icon.
  • To begin a scan of the file permissions, choose Scan Permissions.
  • If any permissions are found to differ from our recommended settings, they will be presented to you in a list with the current permission level and our recommend level.
  • You can either select all files and choose Fix Selected or fix files individually by selecting Fix Permission.
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