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Hello All -


 I am currently administring a SBS 2003 Server with about 5 users and exchange 2003 -

I have a simple problem that i need to get resolved:

I want to allow all "Domain Users" the ability to read and write data on a shared folder within a an existing share so "\\server\share\DATA" but i dont want them to have the ability to copy or list the folder contents.

I dont want them to be able to RIght-CLick , COpy , Paste the data from the Server onto there own system.

They are part of a domain and they all have "domain user" rights (in that group) and they all have "Power User" configured on there systems.

Robert
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If they can read, they can copy.
You could remove thier write permissions on thier local computer, but that can be a pain in the butt.
If they dont need a mapping to the drive, you could make it a hidden share.  
Not sure how else to stop that.
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