How can I restrict user to delete any document form Windows Server?

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows Server Permissions

I want to do that the user can access file, they can read but not able to save as or delete that file from server. Is this possible or not? If yes then please let me guide.



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Windows 2003 server

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  • Kevin Beaver
    You can create share or file permissions that allow for reading (Read access) but not changing (Change) or deleting (Full Control). I don't have a Win2K3 system in front of me to give you specific steps but it should be a matter of right-clicking the share or file and setting these permissions for the applicable groups or users.
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  • AndreaF
    Make sure that Modify is not granted, just Read.
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