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Folder traverse rights

Posted on 2014-04-29
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Recently we have a user who's wanting to restrict access to a folder on the network share.
I've created a restricted security group in AD and would like to restrict access to a folder on the share

J:\Folder1\Sub Folder

How do I go about creating folder traverse rights for the main folder and the subfolder?

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Access Based Enumeration is your friend here.. the user will only see folders that they have access to
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