This is probably very simple, but I need to know the following:
If we have a server that has a shared root drive with many folders underneath, and I just want to give a single person full access to one of those nested folders over the network, can I just add her to the permissions of that nested folder or do I have to give permission to both the root and the nested folder to this person? Once I give this person access, even if the nested folder is not shared (but the root is) can I just map a drive to that specific nested folder, or do I have to map to the root folder because it is the one that is shared? FInally, if I do have to give this person access to the root folder permissions, how can I make sure she doesnt get permission to all folders under the root? (I think you can tell the folder to not inherit permissions, but doesn't that change the inherited permissions for eveyone else in there too?)
Clear as mud I am sure.