Please Help With Domain file sharing permission windows

Hello,

I need some help with sharing files on windows 2008 domain.  I am sharing the files through a server with windows 2008.  I basically have two questions.
1.  I have a folder called users,under which i will have different users folder.  I am using AD to assign a home folder . So I choose the connect then assign a drive letter and the path \\ipaddress\users\employee1.  I dont want another employee to be able to access employee1 or viceversa.  My question is  what kind of permissions/share should I give users folder.  I orginally just shared the folder and had domain admins read/write.. and when ad automatically created the employee1 folder system automatically gave employee1 read/write access.  However when i login as employee1, drive is mapped and i can get into it but i cant read or write anything.

2.  My second questions is also very similar.  I have a Sales folder under which all the sales files resides accordingly.  I dont one sales person to be able to access another sales persons folder.  What kind of permissions should i give the Sales folder.  This will be mapped via logon script not home folder

My local drive path is
j:\files\user\employee1
network path
\\ipaddress\sales\sales1
\\ipaddress\users\employee1
j:\files\sales\sales1
j:\files\sales\sales1
iamaidiotAsked:
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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
you need to change sharing permission also to read and write for employee1 because it`s look like the user have only get  read and write on security tap only so you need to apply permission on sharing tap also.
iamaidiotAuthor Commented:
Hey Temody,

That is how I am running it now, but I dont want employee1 to have access to other employees folder ie unc path.  Also my second question.  I have a sales folder that is where all the sales people get mapped to..within that folder some people get into specific companies. Each person assigned to the specific company needs to access that company only but not the other.

Thanks for your help
TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
First you can share every folder with end $ so no one can see any share folder
Second if you share any folder only the allowed user ether from shared permission or security permission will have access
"You must take al look in the share manager to be sure of all share "
iamaidiotAuthor Commented:
Thanks Temody,

I added read/write to parent folder and added denied on the users that seems to fix the issue

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iamaidiotAuthor Commented:
Temody,

showed me how to get started with the issue and I realized windows be default gives deny preference over read/write. so it worked out
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