I'm having trouble coming up with a solution to this one, maybe because I don't know enough about how Windows ACLs work.
I have two folders, let's call them Directory A and Directory B. These are contained within another directory.
The users that are supposed to see Folder B are in an AD group; Group B. It's not practical to put everyone else in a different group - this is for just a few out of 1000 users.
I just want the users who are in the group to see Folder B, and Everybody Else to just see Folder A.
How should I set up my permissions?
(In case this is relevant, these folders are for Start Menu shortcuts for users whose Start Menu is redirected to a network location via GP.)