Special Permissions for folders on Windows Server 2003

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NTFS permissions
Windows Server 2003
Hi sorry my last question was uncompleted. -------------- for share folders there is a Users(domainusers) group that I set just set the "list of folder" permission for it,but there is a "special permisions"!!!when I edit this "special permissions", it has the rights for create folder and add data and append data!!!!!!!! but i don't want my user can create folder and write data on this share folder!!!!!! why the "special permissions" is selected for "users(domainusers)!!??? I can't denny some of them because denny has higher permission and even I can't change this folder by my account(administrator)!!!! Could you please help me and clear this subject for me!!!!!??? Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz

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