opensource chmod gui

Is there a good open source chmod gui?  I've got the little utility that gives me access to my hosted linux site, and I can run the file copy etc commands from within that.  I'm hoping there's a more GUI type facility for this.

Any guidance on this would be appreciated.

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Maciej SsysadminCommented:
You can try WinSCP2 to connect to your remote linux host. This utility will give you possibility to copy files, rename them, create directories, etc, as well as possibility to change files/directories permissions via some window.

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how about BeeSoft?


codequestAuthor Commented:
Thanks for inputs.   Both answers appear to address the need.  

My initial experience is that WinSCP works pretty good, however I noticed that is was much slower than bash through putty.   It may be a useful complement to putty and FileZilla.

I could not easily find my way through the BeeSoft tar.gz in order to execute it, so I punted on it.
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