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Windows 2003 Folder Security Permission

Please help me out with this scenario , I have a folder called "Project" which has been shared with a group called "Cadusers" , I need the following security to implement on the folder.

a.      The users should able to access the Project folder along with all sub folders and files
b.      The users should be able to open there files ex. ACAD Files and work on day to day basic and save the same on the server.
c.      The users are not supposed to Rename Or Delete any folder.

Consider this as an Urgent Issue

Please help me

Zain
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sirbountyCommented:
Share the folder granting Everyone - Full Control
Now on the local security,
you're going to need to choose Advanced, Edit for the group in question and explicitly Deny the Delete and Delete Subfolders permissions.
Unfortunately, I don't think granting them the Read/Create/Write rights with the Deny will prevent a rename though...
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JamesDSCommented:
syed_khamer

sirbounty is right. The permissions structure you have requested is impossible.

I suggest you invest in a decent back for when they do delete something they shouldn't

Cheers

JamesDS
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sirbountyCommented:
syed_khamer - can you let me know why you've given this a "C" grade?

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