sbs 2003 deny delete file

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deny users ability to delete shared files and shared folders

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Give users only read and execute permissions.

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  • Dbonar
    To explain in more detail. I have a Shared Folder on my SBS 2003 server with child folders under it. Some of my users need to be able to add/copy files into the child folders. I do not want these users to be able to delete or modify any of the contents of the folder. It is okay for them to be able to list and read the other items stored there. I have created a group in which these users are a member.
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  • mshen
    It sounds like you should set the security permissions on the child folders individually. 1. Right click on a folder. 2. Click on properties. 3. Go to the Security tab. 4. Click on the Advanced button. 5. Click on Add 6. Put in the group name 7. Allow List folder, Read attributes, Create files 8. Deny Write Attributes, Write extended attributes, delete subfolders and files, delete 9. Check apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container only. 10. Click OK.
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