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    File loses permission

    i have a spreadsheet on a shared drive which the parent folder has staff / read & a specific group has write access.

    i have set the auditing entry to log permission changes and it logged me set some test permissions and then give all staff change access.

    the file's permissions keep resetting to the same as the parents and losing the auditing entry. ??

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    excel deletes the file during save. No way to keep them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    excel deletes the file during save. No way to keep them.

    Epic answer mate cheers! I was thinking along those lines. thanks for confirming,

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