How to hide shared folders on a Windows 2012 STD Server?

HI,

I have a shared folder named information on a Windows 2012 STD Server and inside there are many other folders, pretty much like this:

INFORMATION
- Sales
- Adquisitions
- Operation

If all users of INFORMATION folder explore it, they are able to see the three folders inside (sales, Adquisitions and Operation) but they only have permission to their own folder. I would like to know how to "Hide" the forbbiden folders according to each user.

Thanks in advance.
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DaftFunkCommented:
Enable Access-Based Enumeration on the properties of the share (in file and storage services) in Server Manager.
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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
You can edit share name and add $ at the end of share name to be like that
Share$
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Curt PetriccaIT TechnicianCommented:
Enabling Access-Based Enumeration is the better choice Temody as adding the $ symbol to the end doesn't give you the control you will want in the future.
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