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How to hide folders on share?

Posted on 2011-09-14
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We have one share that contains many folders. Every folder belongs to some department. What we want to achieve is that when people are on the share, they can see only the folders they have permissions to. Not every single folder on the share. How to achieve that?

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by:Amitabh Singh
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hi
you need to use access-based enumeration, for this

have a look to the Doc below its contain more information

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/961658
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by:Amitabh Singh
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link also include step by step guide to enable and use this option in windows
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Simple and easy to understand.

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