This issue has come up from time to time, but never annoying enough to address until now. I have a few directories on a OES 11 server running NSS volumes that are utilized as "public" folders for users and departments. The rights that are typically granted to the top-level directory are 'RWECMF' to the OU. The issue is that on occasion, a user will accidentally go mouse crazy and inadvertently move the directory to a new location, thus causing a search and find adventure to move the directory back to the proper location.

The question is, am I missing something really basic here to allow users to continue to perform what they need to do on the file system below public, but to prevent them from the ability to move the top-level directory, in this case "public?"

Any comments would be greatly appreciated.