Users have recently moved a couple of directories on our 4.11 server (4 volumes). Is there a way that I can stop them doing it - they need all rights to the various directories they can see (except supervisor & access control) so they can change files, but NOT permission to change the location of the directory.
You said there were utilities available to list users and their file permissions - can you tell me what they are called?
It sounds like your users have access rights too high up the directory path. For example, consider the following: -
Directory structure containing the data for three independent applications:
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