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Rename vs. Delete Permissions

Posted on 2012-03-11
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Can I grant a user a Rename permission and deny the Delete permission at the same time?
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Nope, sorry. From an NTFS point of view, a "Rename" is the same as "Delete and recreate with a new name".
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hi
No, you can't,
rename is writing, and same as deleting is writing to disk too.
however this can be made by a special application that will override the system procedures.
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