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Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hi,

Today someone deleted a fodler on our shared drive

I would like to adjust the security settings to stop anyone being able to delte w/o a password

How can i do this?

Thanks
Seamus
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You cannot set passwords on a shared folder, but you can edit the NTFS-permissions so that users cannot delete stuff.

Set the advanced NTFS security permissions to an explicit deny for the groups / users you do not want to be able to delete (or just untick the full control and untick the delete-option).

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or leave premission as they are and use this  http://www.piriform.com/recuva to recover files and folders structure - i just did - no problems with recovery (you have to recovery it to different partition)

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