Domain Policy

December 3, 2009 at 20:45:17
Specs: Windows XP Pro
I am using a windows 2003 server, all my user are connected or login to domain. i want to retrict the deletion of thier file. Is the a way that the domain user cannot delete a file on thier profile? but they can create and edit file but they just cant delete the file?

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#1
December 3, 2009 at 21:00:56
I guess there is no way, because edit means create a copy of the existing file edit the file, store the file, delete the old file.

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#2
December 3, 2009 at 21:08:42
you have to set permissions on that HDD Drive or Folder or File on whick you want to restrict the users.
to do same you have to logon as an administrator of domain.
if u want to set the permissions on a HDD Drive the first condition is the Drive's file system must be NTFS.
Right click on Drive and select properties in the menu.
select Security tab, check listed users there will be local users also( only client PC) and USER\Domain name. Remove all local users. Single click on doaminusers look below some check boxes will appera unchek <Full Control> and <Modify> finally apply the setting.
If you want to set permissions on one folder/file instead of a Drive then right click folder/file ---prop--security. Click here Advance-----uncheck [Inherit from parent the permissions--------
that applied to child objects] this will remove Drive's default security from folder and file now you can add users here and set the permission as described above.

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#3
December 4, 2009 at 06:11:03
Modify permissions includes Delete. You can't do what you want if the users need to be able to change the files.

LIR


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