Maybe this isn't possible, but I thought I'd ask anyway.
I have a samba share that uses ACLs. The default group can see everything inside the share and has read/write permissions. I want to create a subfolder inside the top level of the share, then create a corresponding group to that folder. I'd like members of the subfolder group to be able to browse to
\\server\share\subfolder without being able to see what's inside
\\server\share except for only
So to the default group it would show as:
Share --Folder1 --Folder2 --Folder3 --Subfolder
and to the subfolder group it would show as:
Best alternative I've been able to find is grant subfolder group traverse permissions and make them connect directly to the folder they're trying to get to:
I'm implementing this on OS X Server so all usual ACLs are there.