Secure shell (SSH) is both a program and a network protocol that is located at the application layer and is normally used to access the command line (shell) on another computer.
If you use Windows and want to check which premissions are set for your home directory ( or other shared network filesystem ) you can do this easily by using WinSCP.
You can download this on Software Center on windows, if you dont allready have it installed.
If you use Mac OS X and want to check which permissions are set for your home directory (or other shared network filesystem) you can do this easily using Cyberduck
Cyberduck is available in Managed Software Center (Found in Applications/Utilities on a UiO installed Mac) for download and installation if it is not installed already. You do not need administrative privileges to do it. Cyberduck can also be downloaded from https://cyberduck.io
Users have the opportunity to set their chosen permissions on files and folders they own, for example in their own home directory.
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