Hello @Admin UOG ,
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Based on the description, I did a test in my lab and it works. We can try the method to see if it helps.
Steps (Common and Special inside Common)
- Create a folder named Common and share it to all users we want.
- Create Special folder inside Common. By default, the Special will inherit the permissions from Common. We can see the NTFS permissions for Special as below.
- Convert inherited permissions into explicit permissions on this object.
- Remove the inherited permissions from Special folder inside Common if needed (in my case, i deleted test3 group).
- Add some users with read/write permissions and the rest with only read permission for Special.
Steps (Common1 and Special1 inside Common1)
- Create a folder named Common1 and share it to all users we want.
- Create Special1 inside Common1. Delete the inherited permissions if needed for Special1 if needed (in my case, i deleted test3 group) and add some users with read/write permissions and the rest with only read permission for Special1.
- We can see the NTFS permissions and Share permissions for Special1.
Hope the information above is helpful. If anything is unclear, please feel free to let us know.