How to set a specific SELinux context for the content of a directory different than the the context of the directory itself?

Solution In Progress - Updated -


-We need all ".ssh" directories located in the /home of all users to have "ssh_home_t" context.
-All of the files inside of those ".ssh" directories should not have "ssh_home_t", except the files named "authorized_keys".
-All files (including new ones) inside ".ssh" should have "default_t" instead.


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