(running WHM 11.38.2 on CENTOS 6.4 x86_64) I have a file (on a local windows machine) called ò.txt If I upload it via FTP to cpanel, I see the name correctly in the FTP listing. In ssh, I see it listed as \362.txt but it's actually correctly named, i.e. if I type #rm "ò.txt" the file gets deleted. This file is not accessible as http://example.com/ò.txt, but only when percent-encoded (http://example.com/%f2.txt) I know that these characters are not in the standard for URLs, but I am migrating several sites with HTML containing references to images with accented names and I don't want to have to edit all of them Plus, in other cases I see this can be done, and the percent-encoded URL is just a graphical variant of the UTF-8 URL (i.e. you can type both versions and you'll get the same file) Is there a way to allow the user to see the accented form too in cpanel?