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Hey guys i have a quick question for you mac gurus out there

In my Video class we are using shared computers, running 10.6.

all of our files are saved on the hard drive of the computer and how the school has it everyone that logs on the computer can access it. We are running into a problem with people deleting or modifying other peoples files.
I figured out how to put a password on folders by using the disk image but that still dosnt stop people from deleting other people folders.

Is there a way to secure folders so they can not be deleted without a password or something like that?

Thanks a lot
 

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I don't think that functionality is built into the OS, however, you could use an administrator account to set the privileges for all accounts using <General Students Account> so that no one on that account can delete any files, period.

Would that work?
 
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