I have a top level folder in a file share (call it my D: drive)
In the D: drive my users see a folder called Test.
and in the folder Test there are 2 more folders called A and B
How to I grant a Domain user the permission to go into Test but only see folder A and NOT see Folder B
I know how to make it so they can't access Folder B but how do I do my settings in Windows 2003 so they can not SEE Folder B?
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