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AGDLP Best Practice for subfolders with mixed permissions

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Djago
Occasional Contributor

Hi!

 

I have successfully applied AGDLP to certain folders on a company. But there's one folder that has complex permission requirements, and I would like your advice as to how to achieve the best manageability.

 

Root folder: Data

Sub folders: A, B, C,... D,... (A, B, C and the like have correctly AGDLP policies applied)

The subfolder D has subfolders 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...

Some of those subfolders (for example, 3, and 5), need to be accessed by some users and some folders not.

 

What's the best practice in this case, if there's any? Or should I insist on restructuring the complete folder?

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