LOL pretty standard clue level then!
One workaround might be to plant a dummy file (some 0 byte thing or
MARKER.TXT or whatever you please) in each dir and disallow all access to
that file to everybody but Administrators. That way when they do the
drag-and-drop the filesystem ACLs won't let the move happen. Though they
might wind up moving *part* of the dir; I haven't tested this theory. And
with large numbers of directories it can get a little unwieldy to manage....
I don't know of a way to allow full control on the files but not the
>> Are the users at the "clue level" where they immediately realize what
>> they've done? If so, maybe let them know that pressing CTRL-Z (or
>> from Explorer, click Edit, Undo Move) will reverse the move
> Thanks Ned, but I'm not sure. The suspected offenders are probably
> more at a "haven't a clue level"!