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How can i disable folder rename & delete on cuurrent folder but next level folder create & rename?

Posted on 2013-01-17
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Background:

The user is requesting the following but i can figuire it out. Please help.

Users: Group1, user1, user2    (User1 & User are member of group1)

Level one (Folder) --> Group1-Traverse folder/exe file
                                                List folder/read data
                                                Read atrribute
                                                Read extended attribute
                                         for (This folder sub folder & files)
     
Level Two (Folder)    --> Group1-Traverse folder/exe file
                                                List folder/read data
                                                Read atrribute
                                                Read extended attribute
                                         for (This folder sub folder & files)
     |
Level Three (Folder)  --> Group1 (Can't delete/rename folder & can't add/delete files)
                               --> user1 & User2 Full control
     |                                for (This folder sub folder & files)
Level Four (Folder) --> Group1 (full control)
                                       for (This folder sub folder & files)

 
All the Users in Group1 will map sharefolder to Level two.
Is It possible to achieve the above?

Experts Please help .
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Question by:Gordon Tin
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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 500 total points
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Yes, it is possible:

Go to level 1 folder, left button, security, advanced, change permissions, remove "include inheritable permissions from this objet parent" mark  and click on add and then ok. Click on change permissions and remove all users group and all other users groups except administrators.
Go to add and add your group1 or users, and you get an advanced permission sheet. Users (or groups) what only needs read permissions, add all read permissions and execute files, users with read and write, add all permissions.
Click on OK and repeat with every user/group and folder
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