Folder security + windows 2000 server

Posted on 2006-04-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-11
We have a win2k netowrk environment. Domain, AD etc etc.
I have a personal folder that I can create files and folders in.
One ofthe folders that I have created I would like to have set up so that I have read write acess to it as well as being able to create and delete sub directories.
HOWEVER i would like to try and have this folder set (either by me or the network admin) so that i cannot move the top level folder (I.E cut and paste it some where else.)
Is this possible?
Question by:hippiekiller
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    There might be a setting in windows advanced security settings on the folder, but apart from that I don't think it would be possible.

    Off the top of my head, I don't think there is such a setting on my system but yours is definately configured differently so you could have a look (or get admin to have a look for you) and find out. ;-)

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