|Subject:||Re: Traverse Folder Permissions|
|Posted by:||Roger Abell [MVP] (mvpNoSp…@asu.edu)|
|Date:||Sun, 7 Jan 2007|
"see the files" means
a) look at file contents
b) see names of the files
Allowing access to subfolder via browsing in Explore
is possible if you allow b (and you can disallow a and c).
If you want to disallow b then you need to provide them
with a shortcut direct to the subfolder as they cannot
navigate to there using Explore selection without list
grants on the parental dirs.
<CDLond…@gmail.com> wrote in message
> I need for a user to be able to access a subfolder by browsing through
> the directories, but I don't want the user to be able to see any files
> in any of the folders above this folder.
> Does anyone know how to accomplish this?
> I have given the user the traverse folder permission, but that doesn't
> They seem to only be able to browse through the folders if I give them
> read rigths on the folders. This however, allows them to see the files
> in the folders.
> Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
> Chad London
Traverse Folder Permissions posted by CDLond…@gmail.com on 7 Jan 2007