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This issue probably seems due to permissions of the wp-contents/plugins folder. BTY, check below plugin for remove unwanted plugins call Unwanted Plugins Remover. With this plugin you can remove unwanted plugins on a WordPress core upgrade process. Unwanted plugins are for example Akismet or Hello Dolly. There is the plugin Unwanted Plugins Remover. It will ...


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Simple solution to this kind of mess that I use, is to have a local FTP server but limit it to the local machine. Your problem is probably due to still some bad permissions, but I really don't like the idea of reducing security just to have nicer update experience. (If you set properly the direct access setting then every security flow in plugins themes ...



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