NTFS /Share permissions

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On a Windows 2008 server, you are configuring access to a network folder on your domain’s fileserver. The folder “A” has a subfolder “B” with information pertaining to a project that three users need read/write access to. They should not have access to the other subfolders of the “A” folder. How would you configure access for folders A and B?

I went to http://www.mcmcse.com/microsoft/guides/ntfs_and_share_permissions.shtml and this was a good start to clear the concepts,  but did not answer the questions

Thanks for your help
Jay
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On the folder A set the advanced NTFS permission 'List folder Content'. Do it from the Advanced menu, if you set on the default window, they will have execute as well.
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