User Can’t Delete a folder on the network Drive

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AOA Sir i have share three folders on the networks and ther e folder contains sub folder and sub folder contains files . i have set permission on the folders in sharing and security and deny Delete and Delete subfolder permission. but proble is that when user access the file and made change in these file it create a file of same size in the same folder. This option occur when i deny delete oprtion in the security tab. when i give full rights to the user it works fine. How to solve this proble that user can't delete a folder and its subfolder and no creation of a file when we save chnage in the file Thanks Muhammad Usman usman.garments@mastertex.com
ASKED: December 11, 2007  11:05 AM
UPDATED: December 12, 2007  12:05 PM

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Deny permissions take precedence over the allow permissions. I recommend you look to the settings you have defined for both the Sharing and Security tabs for that folder. You have to check what permissions you have on your share set on the Sharing tab. Check you haven’t set deny permissions for the Everyone group.

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