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How to restrict to  read only on SHARED DRIVE

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Dear Guys,

I have created created shared drive on windows server 2008  to all the users in our office and I need to restrict to read only permission to all the users so that they can't store any file into the shared driver.

kindly guide me how to configure the shared folder to read only to the users except the owner user
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