Server 2003 Workgroup Folder Security

How can I set security on a given folder on my fileserver to allow users full read/write/modify access to files but prevent those users from moving files/subfolders from one folder to another?
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Darius GhassemCommented:
If they have access to write and modify you will not be able to prevent this action

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You can't really do that in windows server environments see some links below:
Krzysztof PytkoSenior Active Directory EngineerCommented:
As guys above said, this is not possible in Windows environment. If someone has at least read permission, then he/she is able to copy data. When permissions are set to read&execute then they can copy and read files. Write permission allows for data modification without deleting files/folders. With modify rights you can do all actions  mentioned above and additionally delete/move data. Full control allows users additionally granting permissions to other users.

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