Hi @Lusil, Thanks for letting me know. Yes, if you could please pass on the "explicit deny" idea to development, I'd appreciate it. It would really help us keep everything organized and accessible.
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Hello, Alongside other files, my company has a few dozen transactions. These transactions are currently stored in a folder called Transactions that everybody has access to and are further divided into three subfolders: Active, Prospective, and Finished. So for example, if I have an actively running transaction named Foobar, it would be stored in Transactions\Active\Foobar\... What I'm hoping to do is manage the permissions on the individual transaction folders so that only employees who are actively involved in each deal can access those folders. However, when I try to do that with a shared folder, they just appear for the users under the Sharing tab and don't maintain the original folder structure which then becomes unwieldy. I've tried adding users to the base Transaction folder and then just removing them from the individual transaction folders, but that doesn't work since subfolders inherit their parent permissions. So my question is: Is it possible to manage permissions at the subfolder level while still maintaining the parent folder structure for the users? I suspect that the solution would be an explicit deny function which I've seen suggested on here before, though I don't believe it's been implemented yet. If that's the case, is it being worked on? In any case, I thought it would be worth checking if there were any other options. Thanks in advance!
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