This seems like it should be easily done but I'm struggling to get it to work.
I have a simple 4 level tree of directories. I don't want users making any changes to the folders of the tree, I just want them to be able to create, edit, delete etc. files in the very last folders. I don't want them creating any more folders if possible, but this is secondary. The tree isn't that large so I'm not too bothered about applying this automatically or setting up a mad inheritance structure to save work, if somebody can literally tell me how to make this work on a single folder I'll be happy.
So the question is literally, how do I setup NTFS permissions to allow users create/edit files in a folder but not rename/delete/move that folder itself? Seems simple, but it's not :).
Windows 2008 Server.