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I don't believe that can be done because renaming requires delete/modify
permissions. If you can live without users renaming files, then try giving
them just read/list/execute/write permissions. Note that if creator owner is
present [check advanced permissions also] that the user that creates the
file/folder will have whatever permissions are assigned to creator owner
which by default is full control. --- Steve
"CPagel" <CPagel@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have a W2K domain. I need to set permissions on an NTFS share that allows
> the following.
> Users can:
> Create, Rename & Add Folders & Files
> Deny Delete All (files & folders)
> This share is also part of a DFS tree.
> I've tried everything and can't get it to work correctly. Is there any way
> to accomplish this????