First, please reserve the urge to tell me not to do this. I don't have a choice.
We have a mission critical app that, as of it's last update, has decided it has to write a temp file to the root of the system drive in order to function. Rolling back is not an option. I've contacted the vendor and they realize their error, but a fix is months away. So, until then, I have to give terminal services users the right to write/modify/delete files to the root of C.
It's a 2008 (not r2) server, pretty much an out-of-the-box 2008 terminal server. I'm looking for ideas on the "safest" (oxymoron) way to temporarily allow a group of users to do this.
Thanks in advance!!!