Sounds like he is talking about VMS.
I dont think such a feature exists in samba, it would be more a function
of the filesystem/os rather than any particular application.
On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 10:38 +0000, Dale Dunlea wrote:
> Hi All,
>> We use Samba as our domain controller. Someone recently did something
> silly, and accidentally dragged an entire directory into another
> directory without noticing, thus "losing" it. He claims that he has
> worked on systems in the past which allowed creation and modification of
> a file, but not deletion. Now, to me this sounds a little silly. If you
> can modify a file, then you can truncate it to zero bytes, making
> inability to delete somewhat of a moot point. Nonetheless, I suppose it
> would make it harder for people to do stupid things.
>> Does such a feature exist in Samba, and if not, can someone at least
> tell me it doesn't exist in windows either such that I can refute his claim.
>> Thanks in advance,
Rob Gallagher, Kerna Communications, | P (+353)-1-6647200
105 Lwr. Baggot St., Dublin 2, Ireland. | E robert at kerna.ie
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