NTFS ACL's to give access to a specific directory?

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Is Filezilla running from a particular user.


How to give this user access to read only directories F:\\data\\public?


As I understand it, in addition to this directory, you will have to give him access to read and traverse F:\\, F:\\data.


But NTFS works inheritance, and other directories will inherit them unnecessary rights.


For example F:\\data\\private inherit from F:\\data the right to read.


Can all the sub-directories also need to disable inheritance and specify the desired rights, but it is inconvenient because (firstly it can be a lot) when you create, for example F:\\data\\foo it is by default will inherit the right to read from F:\\data and need to remember to set right.


It would be optimal for F:\\ and F:\\data to set up their own law and separate law, which will be inherited by nested directories in them. But it seems such a scenario is not provided.
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You can do [SIM/hard]link that directory directly under the root. From FAR — Alt+F6, standard command — mklink
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Inheritance can be disabled. In the "Security" tab is the Advanced button (Windows XP). They can be used to expose.
I have done so on a flashcard, Reformirovanie under NTFS. Viruses have "patients" overcome... And find the flash drive with the coveted switch'erom is very difficult. (>_<)
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