I have a specific folder setup on my corporate network that I need to manage the permissions for and the process isn't going to scale gracefully.
I have a folder named
Projects and within that one a folder for each project, say A, B, C. The tree structure looks like this:
Projects - Project A - Project B - Project C
A few people are assigned to each project so it could look like this:
Project A - Members 1, 2, 3 Project B - Members 1, 4, 5 Project C - Members 1, 2, 6
When I create the folder for project C I give permissions to members 2 and 6 to that folder. When member 6 tries to navigate to it it won't work until I give him permission to the folder
Projects as well.
Question: When I add user 6 to the folder
Projects he is also added to projects A and B (inheritance) and I have to go into each one of them and deny the user. Once I have a few projects going I need to go into each one of the projects and remove them one by one, something that might lead to mistakes.
Is there a better way of setting up the permissions?