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Posted on 2006-10-25
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Hi experts ,

I have a special permissions problem on a small business server 2003 - domain controller ( no service pack 1 yet). All I want to do is to share a folder of this server to the domain users.The users must have the following permissions to this folder:

They are able to paste there any file but after this action they have no permission to modify-rename-delete-cut-save as anything .
The only permission is read&execute.

I have tried to configure these  special permissions  (I've checked the check_boxes) on a test folder but no luck.

Is this permissions scenario  possible to implement on a sbs 2003 ? Any other alternative scenario?

thanks
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Question by:fidelitynet
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Pber earned 250 total points
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This might be a tall order, these things are usually hit and miss, but here we go...


Try this,
Remove Creator Owner from the permissions.
Grant the user/group Read/Execute at the folder.  
Then go to advanced and edit the group and grant them Creat Files/Write Data and click ok

See if that works.
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by:fidelitynet
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Hi Pbel

it works fine when I implement this policy locally in my computer .

I created a folder as compter administrator and I checked the permissions as user of the same computer...


Let me check it on a domain controler (this is my case)
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