Does this make sense to you?\n\n"Giorgio belongs to the Human Resources global group & the 4th Floor Users \nglobal group. Giorgio is attempting to access a folder for which the HR group \nhas been granted the Modify permission & the 4th Floor Users group has been \ngranted the Write permission. \n\nGiorgio will receive the Read permission plus the Write permissin, and will \nbe able to read the contents of the folder & add files to the folder. He will \nalso be able to edit files already in the file. Giorgio will not be able to \ndelete the files because he doesn't have Modify or Full Control permission, \nwhich is needed to be able to delete files. If Giorgio had been granted the \nRead permission & the Modify permission, then he would be able to read files, \nadd files, edit files, and delete files".\n\n\n1.My understanding is that he should have Modify because he belongs to HR \nwhich is assigned Modify also it says he is able to edit files (hence \nModify). \n\n2. As for deleting files/ folders within a folder, one needs Read, Read & \nExecute and Write permissions in order for Modify to delete files/ folders \nwithin a folder.\nIf it is only Read & Execute & Write with modify, then he will not be able \nto delete files/ folders within the folder. (Not includings Full Control just \ntalking about Modify's power).\n\nthanks!