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How to prevent copying read only files on Windows Server 2003

Posted on 2009-04-15
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I am setting up an archive folder on my windows server 2003 server and only want people to view the data and NOT be able to copy it off.  How do I set the security for this?
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Question by:ohmErnie
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Toni Uranjek earned 300 total points
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Hi!

You can't. Read permission allows users to copy files.

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It can't be done.
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Indeed, they can't modify the originals so that should be sufficient shouldn't it?
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