Windows shared folder special restrictions

How can we restrict folder access to any Windows user in such a way that user can open and view the folder contents while the user must *not* have the rights to copy the file/contents to another location.
Taimur HassanDirectorAsked:
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You can't. Because copying is inherent to reading/viewing rights.
If you want to limit this, you need expensive enterprise software (probably using DRM tricks meaning extra server/client software).

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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Late to the party but...FWIW, one way may be to virtualize the logon. So the user doesn't have access to usual network or external drives or devices.
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