The following command can be used to recursively remove all ACLs from a tree of your folder hierarchy:
chmod -RN /path/to/directory
krypted December 20th, 2006
Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security
Tags: acl, chmod, Recursive
First link from google when searching for “remove acl chmod -R -N recursively” Nice!
Verbose Mode is handy as well….
-v Cause chmod to be verbose, showing filenames as the mode is modified. If the -v flag is specified more than once, the old and new modes of the file will also be printed, in both octal and symbolic notation.
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