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For example, I have a folder structure like bellow in Windows Server 2008 R2 server:

ShareFolder  
  SubFolder1  
    File1  
  SubFolder2  
    SSFolder1  
      File2  
    SSFolder2  
      File3  

And I want to share the folder like this:
UserA have only Read/Write permissions on SubFolder1;
UserB have only Read permissions on SSFolder2.

So when UserA open the Server from FileExplorer/Network in his/her own computer, he/she will see a folder struture like bellow:

ShareFolder  
  SubFolder1  
    File1  

And UserB like bellow:

ShareFolder  
  SubFolder2  
    SSFolder2  
      File3  

How could I achieve this?

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I got it! The first trick is I should create the root share with the File Server Resource Manager and tune the permissions of the sub-folder from the Windows Explorer. This is to make sure that the shared folders arranged with parent-child structure, not shoulder by shoudlder.
The second is enable the "Access-based Enumeration" of the root shared folder.

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