I thought I had a good handle on NTFS permissions, but I'm missing something...probably something obvious...hence this post.
I have a folder on a Windows 2003 Standard server that is shared and maps to a drive letter (G:) for all Domain Users. This folder (hereafter referred to as G:) contains subfolders (hereafter referred to as 'project folders') for each project that our company works on.
I want to configure G: so that Domain Users CANNOT create new files/folders or rename/delete/move project folders that already exist at this location. We want to lock G: down in this manner so that IT controls the creation and naming conventions of everything at this location and users will not be able to 'accidentally' move/delete project folders when frantically clicking.
Subsequently we want Domain Users to have the ability to 'modify' anything within the project folders. Project files contained in project folders are theirs to organize, create, delete, etc. in whatever manner they see fit.
What is the best way to configure the NTFS permissions to achieve this?
Thanks in advance.