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SBS 2008 best practice re. issue with users moving folders

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A user moved a folder from the SBS server by mistake, rather than copying this; however is there a simple way of preventing this type of problem from occuring, without restricting a user's ability to modify files and / or create sub folders.

The user concerned was a member of a security group which had full access to the server area concerned.

This seems to be quite a common issue, but I am not sure if there is a workable solution to this.
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moving is copying (reading, then writing) and deleting

usually removing one of those capabilities makes work rather difficult...
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