Copy only in a shared folder

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
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hI, I WOULD LIKE TO CREATE A SHARED IN WINDOWS 2003 WHERE USERS WILL BE ONLY ALLOW TO COPY THE FILE FROM THE SHARED FOLDER TO THEIR LOCAL MACHINE.I DON'T WANT THEM TO OPEN IT IN THE SERVER .IJUST WANT THEM TO BE ABLE TO COPY THE FILE .

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Right-click on the folder in question and set it to share.

Set folder permissions to read-only for the group, “everyone.”

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  • carlosdl
    Is there any specific reason why you do not want to set permissions that let the users open the documents in the server but without allowing them to make any changes ?
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    Hersent, this isn't the first time you've used an off site URL for the tag and used all caps for your entire question. Consider this a friendly warning that continuing to do this for future questions may result in a temporary ban from the site. Please follow the few simple rules to help make ITKE a better place for all our members. Thanks - your cooperation is appreciated.
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