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ntfs permission issue: can move, can rename, but can't delete

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I found there's no way to set the permission to prevent deleting file and folder, but can move file and folder and can rename file and folder.  If I uncheck delete permission, user can't rename or move file and folder.  If I check it, user can rename or move file and folder, but also can delete file and folder.  Pls help!  
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See if the comments by the MVP Moderator Edwin vMierlo, are helpful>

"Block only file/folder deleting allowing renaming":
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/winserverfiles/thread/8d8ac23d-d5b2-4b38-99c8-84283dcfdfed
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That is by design, because when you move a file or folder it is  being copied and deleted at the source afterwards. If you have no delete permission, you cannot move. Same goes for rename I assume.
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Thanks for the replies! :(

I thought MS needs to revise this for user's different requests.
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Yes, it would be advantageous ...& thank you.
   
Incidently, welcome to Expert Exchange :)
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