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NTFS-like permissions on Shares (Full Control, Modify: Delete/Rename/Create, Read-Only)

Please provide Windows NTFS-like permissions on shared items, including: Full Control, Modify (Edit, Delete, Create), Read-Only.

Currently, users can only Create or Delete items in a share, but are unable to rename. Only the owner can.

Owner should be able to specify who can:

1. Make permission changes
2. Delete files
3. Create files
4. Delete files
5. Whether user can ONLY make modifications on his/her own files/folders
6. Whether user can make modifications on ANY file/folder in the share

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    Michael Yuen (袁善全) shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I meet the idea very very good !!
        It could be really useful to give the owner the ability to set NTFS-like permissions.
        For example, users may have the option to read and modify files in a shared folder, but not to delete it.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Google Drive as an option, with anyone with that link and make changes to the contents of the folder including deleting a file. I like that idea because its nice to confirm with a family member or friend which photos should be deleted to give an example.

      • Alix Greenawalt commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        +1, we would like to setup a "Drop Box" like folder where users can submit files, but cannot edit, view, delete etc. once the file is deposited into the folder.

      • Luka commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        +1, complete se of permissions would be welcome. These should be expanded when new features kick in, e.g.:

        - if you add feature that we can copy someone else's share to our OneDrive, than that person should have the option to keep us from doing that (in case of read-only permission for example)
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