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Setting Permissions - Class 101

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Need a refresher

If I have a security group called BOSSES and another called USERS
and I have a network folder called BOSSSTUFF

What is the best way to set permissions for BOSSES and for USERS on the he BOSSSTUFF folder

So that anyone in USERS can add or save a file to BOSSSTUFF, but no one other than BOSSES can modify or delete after it has been added.

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on main folder - security tab - be sure bosses have full control & that users have read & execute, then click on advanced - select users & click edit, check create files & folder (be sure they don't have delete, change permission, or take ownership)
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