|Proper file sharing settings are vital to ensuring that important and commonly used documents stay exactly the way you want them. Without the proper permissions, a file could be accidentally deleted, edited or moved. With this advice from Windows hardening expert Jonathan Hassell, get the information you need on how to keep your shared files intact.|
Question: How do I share a folder, yet, for security reasons, not allow others to copy from that folder? (i.e., how do I make this folder read only?)
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Question: I am using Windows XP. I have placed some table files (.dbf) of Vfp9 on the network. I want to allow my users to change (edit) files, but I don't want them to delete any of the files in the shared folder.
Click here to read more on how to prevent users from deleting files in shared folders.
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This was first published in February 2007