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It is dependent on what you are using in on, is it the Internet or an
intranet. If it is a intranet you can get the administrator to go to the
properties of the image, select it as read only and then as a back up go
into the security aspect of the properties and select which users have the
ability to alter the file and to what level of access so as no one can
change the read only aspect of the file. This should work for intranet or in
fact for a stand alone system where there is a requirement to log on where
you can attribute user profiles to people. I hope this helps


Glen

-----Original Message-----
From: Fresko Marc [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, 26 March 2003 9:48
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Subject: Re: GIF Images


Does that mean you know a way to make a file read-only such that this
setting cannot be changed?

Marc Fresko

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> From: Moratti, Glen FSGT [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: 23 March 2003 21:33
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> Subject: SEC:Unclassified RE: GIF Images
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