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I need user Create new Files But cant't delete Files/folders

Hi experts

I am looking to let user to Create new Files  without deleting Files/folders (in Shard Folder)

when i remove the check mark from (delete /delete subfolders and files) Bo  ---they can create new foder/files but they cant rename

so the folder will name as (new folder)

Also when i change and save on any word file ---> we will have TEMP file .tmp --->so that , they can't  delete it later

Are there any solutions to that ??

regards
jarrash
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kfna_it
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tplehmanCommented:
what you want is CVS.  this lets users make changes at will and takes care of the hard work of merging those changes into the latest version, even when multiple users commit changes that conflict with each other, and you can ALWAYS restore a prevoius version.  If you are talking windows then maybe you need to look into Offline files/ Shadow Copies and you also may want to look into Information Rights Management at :
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HA010397891033.aspx

hope that helps.
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Dushan De SilvaCommented:
If you are looking for a CVS solution , then I can guide.

And sometimes following solutions might help for you.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_21809974.html
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_21797872.html

BR Dushan
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kfna_itAuthor Commented:
tplehman
Dushan911

thanks...

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I am mean that

How Can i do Permissions to have

Create  New File/folder with reneming
without delete them??


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TolomirAdministratorCommented:
Sorry this is not possible in windows:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Win_Security/Q_21419383.html

Tolomir
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sr1xxonCommented:
This seems to be possible.

select folder - security settings - advanced button

in advanced security settings, add the group you want to apply the settings for:
apply to: this folder and subfolders

allow traverse folder/execute file
allow create files/write date
allow create folders/append data
--- everything else will be blank.

also select the checkbox 'apply to folders and files within this container only' near the bottom.

when you OK this, this will show as special permissions (the default RWXD checkboxes will be blank)

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TolomirAdministratorCommented:
@sr1xxon:  Ok but then you cannot rename files, try it!

Especially word is unable to safe files. Because it creates a files with a temporary name and renames that when you hit save and give it a name.

Tolomir
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sr1xxonCommented:
renaming in terms of windows security is essentially (a) create new file, (b) copy contents to new file, (c) delete old file.
doing exactly what you want isn't possible without allowing delete permission: hopefully my solution will get you close to what you want.

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sr1xxonCommented:
or set a hidden temp directory for word that the users have RWXD access to.
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TolomirAdministratorCommented:
Well sr1xxon, open word, type some lines and try to save it in a such prepered folder, word will fail.

You will get a protocol file C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\wecerr.txt with such a content:

05/29/2006 13:34:29
The server unexpectedly closed the connection.

and 2 files in your prepered folder like: Doc1.doc (destination name); fsa58.tmp temp. name of your document.

So as said, while using programs like word, this solution is not usable.

Tolomir


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