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How to prevent administrator from deleting folder Windows server 3K

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I want to block the administrator logonfrom being able to delete files and/or the folder that contains them.  I need to call scripts using the administrator logon, but want to block it from being able to delete any files in the folder.
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by:Patrick Bogers
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So in the folder properties edit the admin and only allow read and traverse file, disable write and modify. No need to explicitly set deny rights.
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If only it were that easy.  Is your solution referring to properties found in advanced tab, or in the securities tab only.  The issue I am having is that when I change one of the permissions a new entry admin entry gets created in the advanced tab.  I can remove the new entry, but still, nothing takes affect.
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Patrick Bogers earned 500 total points
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Then the admin is probably the owner for that folder, change the owner first in that case.
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by:KCTS
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The simple answer is that you can't - Even if you remove the permission, being an administrator, the administrator could just give themselves the permission back again.
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by:Patrick Bogers
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True but they need to take this extra step.
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