Only show parent folder and one sub-folder to a group instead of all sub-folders?

I am experimenting with setting up file permissions in a particular way. This is on a DFS.

How can I get them access to just see "Subfolder1" under the parent folder, without changing any re-mapping?
The folder structure is as follows:

"Parent Folder"
- Subfolder1
- Subfolder2
- Subfolder3

I have the group configured to be able to see the "Parent Folder" with the DFS permission so they can see the shorcut in the name space.
So they on their mapped drive open to G-DRive, and see "Parent Folder".

And for "Parent Folder" I have set their group permission to traverse folder "This folder only".
Then for "Subfolder1" I have their group permission to traverse/list.

But when they open "Parent Folder" it, they cannot see any sub-folders, where-as they should be able to see "Subfolder1".
I gave them permissions on "Subfolder1" to traverse/list/read but it still won't show up.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
When you only want to present folders that users have permissions to with DFS you have to enable ABE (Access Based Enumeration)

Access Based Enumeration


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