I've got a windows share. It's structured like this:
| Supervisor1 ----> Employee1.xls ----> Employee2.xls ----> Employee3.xls | Supervisor2 ----> Employee4.xls ----> Employee5.xls
... and on and on.
I need Supervisor1 and Employee1 to be able to access Employee1.xls. Supervisor1 and Employee2 need access to Employee2.xls ...etc.
HOWEVER... Employee1 should NOT have access to view Employee2.xls, nor Employee3.xls, nor Employee4.xls ...etc. Supervisor1 should not have access to Employee4.xls nor Employee5.xls.
... basically, the supervisor and the employee need access to their xls file (think of the xls file as a personal information file). No one else should have access to them.
I've set "All Users" to be able to "list folder contents" for the parent folder.
I've set each supervisor folder to "Full Control" for the Supervisor.
I've set the individual xls file to "Full Control" for the Employee.
The Employees can open the files, but are unable to save their changes.