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Posted on 2013-12-18
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Our domain controller is established and the "data" is mapped to our N drive.

How do I set security that NO ONE except admin users, can create new folders at the root of N.      

Seems it should be simple enough, but I don't want to mess up any other settings.
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You can do this with NTFS permissions. Set your domain admin group to have full control (or modify) and set your domain users to all BUT modify and full control.
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