NTFS vs Share

Quick refresher for me..

So I have a server with a folder shared for everyone in the company to access..

\\server1\companyfiles

the share permissions on companyfiles is Full Control > Everyone

Within company files are several folders. Users have varying NTFS permissions based on role.

I want to stop users from creating new folders within companyfiles - only one users on the network can do this

Do I alter companyfiles share or NTFS?
carrgater31Asked:
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Change the NTFS permissions.

The share permissions only gives access for people to view the contents of the share and / or change the files.
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carrgater31Author Commented:
OK - thanks!
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IanThCommented:
use ad group permissions for the folders so you can just use the ad group to change the permissions and thats down to the domain admin
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