I have a question about shared and NTFS permissions in Windows 2012. I have a main folder called Company and under it I have Accounting and IT. I need user A to have access to Accounting and user B to have access to accounting and IT. I can get everything to work but I need user A to not see the IT drive in the Company folder. I don't know how to do this. All users should only see drives they have access to and not see other drives in the Company folder.
Here is how I have assigned permissions: Company folder Shared with Everyone -Full Permissions and for NTFs permissions Domain Admins -Full , and Domain Users - Read.
Accounting folder has sub folder DEPT- DEPT gets full Admin and then USer A and B gets Modify (NTFS permissions)
Accounting- NTFS permissions- User A and B gets read.
IT folder has sub-folder DEPT- DEPT gets full Admin and then User B gets Modify (NTFS permissions)
IT Folder- NTFS permissions- User B gets read.
Goal is for user A to only see Accounting and it's contents and not see IT. User B should see and access both accounting and IT.