I have a question regarding administrating folder rights on a windows 2003 server.
For our network programs we've had to give users read, write, and execute rights to the data folders so that they can edit, delete, and change documents. Because of this we're having users browse out to the network outside of the program. This is causing issues with the program not knowing when files are deleted or moved.
Is there a way to map a drive so that a network program will run, grant users rights to those folder so that they can work, while hiding the actual folders from them if they try to browse to the documents?