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Restrict Permissions on Parent Directory

Restrict Permissions on Parent Directory

Restrict Permissions on Parent Directory

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How to allow read & execute access to child folders while restricting access to the parent folder in NTFS?

\\elf\Faculties(Staff\read & execute)\HSIE(Staff\read & execute)\Ancient History(Staff\read & execute)

Our Faculty Master would like to prevent users from moving/deleting folders in the HSIE directory. At the moment the Faultly Master is in the Staff group.
Would I need to just remove permissions for the Staff group on the HSIE folder only and give the Faulty Master modify permissions for HSIE?

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RE: Restrict Permissions on Parent Directory

Within the parent folder assign read only rights to This Folder Only.
Then add whatever rights you want to the subs and select SubFolders Only.

I hope that helps.

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RE: Restrict Permissions on Parent Directory

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Cheers Mark

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