Help me please... How to make every external drive with NTFS enable delete files or folder in limited user account xp home edition. Just like automaticaly permissionless. Like FAT32. I can make it in one drive (ex, my ext drive), but if any other drive inserted, system can't do automatically. The simple question is, how to make NTFS just like FAT32..
You simply can't.
Each file on a drive that is formatted with NTFS will have an ACL that determines who is allowed access and what they are allowed to do.
Each external drive formatted gives only the admins delete permission. You'll need to start at the root of the external drive, change the permissions under the Security tab and then let the changes propagate to all the files and folders.
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Start using a hard drive image software to "ghost" a copy of the entire drive, that way you can wipe the computers in a few clicks and give a like new machine to your next customer. And they can be admins and use it however they like!
Ultimately they have physical access which means you cannot guarantee they do not bypass the restriction somehow... so why bother?
I like and use Acronis True Image, the boot disk option is totally overpowered too -- I don't make use of the automated bloatware. Point and click software... even a dumby like me can use it without a manual.