Exchange 365 E3: Can I Set permissions on Public Folders, including subfolders, with PowerShell?

Can I Set permissions on Public Folders, including subfolders, with PowerShell?
I have a lot of PublicFolders with subfolders in our Exchange Organization, and I'm getting frustrated with managing permissions via the Web interface. It seems to hang for hours/days sometimes when changing permissions.
The only reason why I'm trying the web interface is because it has the option to apply changes to all subfolders.

I would like to get this done, but with PowerShell.
If I use Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity "\Foldername" -User PublicFolderAccess -AccessRights PublishingAuthor it applies only to the specified folder.

How can I get this to include all the subfolders?

Thanks
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Get-PublicFolder "\Foldername" -Recurse | Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -User PublicFolderAccess -AccessRights PublishingAuthor

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Here's a tip, next time you open the EAC, press the help (question mark) button and the Show Command logging link. Not gonna work in this case though, as the ECP is doing some retarded stuff... :)
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CSSGTAuthor Commented:
Excellent, thank you!
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