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NTFS file permissions: Create folders but no modify?

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Is there a way, either through permissions or GPO to allow users to create new folders in a network directory but not edit the files in there?  Also, is there a specific reason why the NSTF permission has modify/new folder on the same line?
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In the security tab of the folder in question, 'Advanced' button, Add,  'Apply onto' set to 'This folder only' and only allow create folders.
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