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Simple Question on NTFS Folder Permissions Windows Server 2003

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I have a shared drive called DATA.  Data has full control at the share level set for Everyone so the only thing that matters is the NTFS
I have an NTFS Folder in DATA called FOLDER1

What permissions do I need to assign so that GROUP1
1.     cannot delete or move FOLDER1
2.     can rename FOLDER1
3.     can create and delete folders and files within FOLDER1

Server 2003 gives me so many options, there must be a way
but I am just plain confused... TIA-TOMG
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I don't think you can do all that. New files will inherit the permission of folder1, so give it the advanced permission "Delete Subfolders and Files" But to make it work the way you want you need to carefully read the help files...

If it's only their own stuff they are to delete, then give "creator owner" full access to folder1, then they will have unfettered access to anything they create themselves.

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