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    Please correct me if I’m wrong with this scenario.

    If there is a main folder called “A”
    two subfolders called “B” & “C”

    User 1
    User 2
    User 3

    User 1 is to get full access of A,B,C

    User 2 gets modify access of B only

    User 3 gets modify access of C only


    SHARING OF “A”

    in the sharing tab of FOLDER “A” …In order for “user2” to be able to modify “B” and “user3” to be able to modify “C” they HAVE to have at least “CHANGE” access to “A” .

    SECURITY

    In the security tab of folder “A” User 2 and user3 only get read and right.



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    FOLDERS “B” & “C”

    SHARING “NONE”

    SECURITY users 2 and 3 have write permissions to their respective folders.

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    This scenario is how i have it set up and it works fine. The only problem is that i don’t want Users 2&3 to be able to create folders or save files to Folder “A”, only their respective folders. I don’t see any way around it. Any ideas


    Thanks

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