03-16-2017 10:15 AM
I'm trying to set up a folder structure with permissions assigned and looking for some assistance.
Here is what I have and I don't understand why the permissions are being effective the way they are.
Folder structure is like so:
I have a HIDE PUBLIC and SASUSER ACT applied to the corporate folder - which only has SASUSER / PUBLIC ReadMetadata set to Deny applied
Next I have a Corporate Group assigned to the Corporate folder with ReadMetadata set to Grant.
Then I have individual groups for Accounting, AML, etc assigned to each of the sub folders of Corporate with RM, WM, WMM, CheckInMetaData, Read as Grant. I have also changed the corporate permission which was inherited from the Corporate folder to deny RM so only users in the Accounting group can see the accounting folder.
My scenario -
User Bob is in the Corporate Group and AML Group. He is able to see the Corporate folder but not the AML folder.
If I change the corporate group to RM on all the subfolder , User Bob is not only able to see the AML folder, but is able to see all the folders.
Please instruct what I am doing wrong and how I can make happen what I'm trying to do.
03-16-2017 03:49 PM