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NTFS Permissions on Windows 2003 Question

What NTFS permissions should I apply to give a user the ability, to create, write files and delete (his/her) own files only, plus not be able to delete others files, or move the folder?

What I currenty have is --> apply onto this folder, subfolders and files
and have these checked off..

Traverse folder/execute file
lister folder /read data
read attributes
read extended attributes
create files/write data
Write attributes
wriet exended attributes
read permissions

Is it right??
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mmoya
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
owner usually gets full permissions so the folder & files you don't want them to mess with would need to be owned by some one else.
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
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MSGK161091Netbackup Storage SpecialistCommented:
Please read  last paragraphes from the below link. i.e., Best Practise  & Effective Permissions Tool in Windows 2003:


http://www.mcmcse.com/microsoft/guides/ntfs_and_share_permissions.shtml

So assign permissions to groups and place users in the relevant group

Thanks
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