Some of my users are a bit careless and accidentally drag/move folders to other locations on the file server. And there is the occasional deletion of folder trees.
Is there a simple way to keep users from moving or deleting folders? There is seldom a need for a user to delete a folder.
Basically I'd like to set the permissions of the folder object to prevent a user from moving/deleting it, yet allow Modify access to the files within the folders.
- It's OK if users create new folders, but not delete them, or at least not delte those created by other users.
- Users need Modify rights to the files in folders to create/view/edit/delete files.
- Domain Admins need to maintain rights to modify the folders.
I looked through Advanced Permissions, but folder and file deletion seem bound to each other (Delete Subfolders and Files).
I have 500 users, The file server is running Server 2008 R2 Enterprise SP2. There is one share (GROUPS) with with numerous folders beneath (SALES, MARKETING, AP...) which each have different NTFS permissions set on them.