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  • Folder Security

    We have a folder containing lots of confidential docs that supposedly accessible to all employees that should have read permission only. They should not be able to Print/Copy/SaveAs/E-Mail and do other docs stuff. Our IT staff had made the folder read only though people could still re-save the...

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