NTFS permissions

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I have a Ntfs folder on windows2000 advanced server.I want to set rights like users can't delete any files or folders from this folder.Same time they can able to save&changes in that folder. how can i do this.

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On the folder you want to apply the premissions to;

Right click and click properties.

Click the Security tab

Click the advanced button.

Select the user or group that you want to change permissions for.

Click Edit

Under the “Allow” options, uncheck the Delete Subfolder and Files.

“Warning” – do not check the box under “Deny”
Deny permissions overide Allow permssions, so checking the Deny check box would remove all users, and groups right to delete files and folders for that folder (including Administrator/s).

Good luck

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  • shivkumar1
    Hi, I clear delete subfolders and files. But still users can delete files and folders. And Which permissions should i give on the sharing-> permissions tab? thanks
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    Hi, I clear delete subfolders and files. But still users can delete files and folders. And Which permissions should i give on the sharing-> permissions tab? thanks
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