DSM 7.1 Shared Folder Permissions Custom

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DSM 7.1 Shared Folder Permissions Custom

Hi All,
I hope you are well,

I am trying to set up a shared folder that allows the users from a AD group to upload, rename, files and folders but I would like them to not be able to delete any files or folders. I have managed to do this but a strange behaviour is happening. When Upload the file/ folder or paste it from Windows it works and cannot delete them. But if I try to create a new file/ folder manually in Windows explorer says I need permissions. I think with the permissions I have set this should just work now. Does anyone have any thoughts.

Many Thanks
James
 
Check the advanced permissions on your shared folders.
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