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We have a shared folder to save the users files\ folders, I need to set the permission to all domain users can WRITE, READ, UPDATE their files, but not to DELETE any files \ folders.
How can I set this permission on windows 2008 R2 Server.
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Permissions
But each user can modify ANY file
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I tried same but user unable to modify his file name / folders
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Bet they were using word ... word opens the file as a temporary file, deletes the original, and then renames the temporary file as the original.
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the use the share folder to store outlook pst files.
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ve3ofa I tried your first step but still users unable to save and access the folder \ file
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updated folders with customized script
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