How can i allow users to write and read but not delete?

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File permissions
Group permissions
Windows Security
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 Group Policy
I create a group policy in window Server 2003. i want to give this group permission to write and save as and read as well from same file but not delete, when i checked in the security read,write and un check the modify, when user save it comes up error "access denied".

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ASKED: September 7, 2011  3:55 PM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  5:02 PM

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You need to edit the advanced security settings and grant read, write, modify and remove delete and delete folder.

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  • Pjb0222
    In Windows this depends on the application used. Some of them create a second copy of the file, delete the original and rename the second copy on saves. It makes things sort of frustrating for administrators.
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  • Ranjeetkmr
    i agree with Mrdenny . you should edit advance security which hires the share lable security.
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