This is my first post to this list and i'm not a kind of 'IT pro' so excuse me if this question is too newbie :)
Here's my situation:
Consider a folder, say, 'root-folder' containing some subfolders/files on NTFS5 partition including 'special' folder in the root of 'root-folder'. I want to set NTFS permissions for 'root-folder' and all files/folders exept 'spesial' to full access to particular user. For 'special' folder i want to set r/o access, so nobody can change content of folder or rename this folder. And last is the problem for me. Even if 'spesial' folder does not inherit permissions and explicit permissions set to read/execute/list content, the user CAN RENAME this folder.
So the question is: How can i protect particular folder from renaming and leave other folders on same level r/w using NTFS security? What did i miss?
Thanks in advance.