Is it possible to set permissions on a folder in Windows (Server 2003 64bit) so that an account can write and modify, but not execute?
If I set modify permissions, windows seems to insist I also set execute permissions.
This seems like a common scenario to me, as a lot of the logging routines I encounter need to be able to rename or move (effectively delete) a log file to archive it. (eg, many programs create foo.log, and after 24 hours rename it to foo-[datestamp].log, and create a new foo.log for the subsequent day).
I know it's not a huge issue, but I'd be a happy bunny if the website accounts never had write and execute permissions on the same folder at the same time.