We are trying to configure same schema on our new SharePoint Foundation 2013 that we used on SharePoint Foundation 2010. We have a document library with folder structure like this:
| - 100_FIRST | ---- 100_1_SUBFOLDER_OF_FIRST | ------------100_1_1_THIRD_LEVEL_SUBFOLDER | ------------100_1_2_NEXT_THIRD_LEVEL_SUBFOLDER | ---- 102_OTHER_SUBFOLDER | - 200_SECOND | - 300_THIRD etc...
And for example we want to grant access to specific user just into the folder
100_1_1_THIRD_LEVEL_SUBFOLDER and not in any other folders.
On previous 2010 SharePoint installation when I granted access to some subfolder to some user, on parent folders were
Limited Access permissions automatically assigned to him, so he can traverse directly to the subfolder to which he has access.
On new installation SP 2013 (clean installation in new Active Directory, no migration) if I grant access to some subfolder (eg.
100_1_1_THIRD_LEVEL_SUBFOLDER) to user, he can access it via direct url link, but if he open Document Library containing this folder, he sees it as empty, because he does not has access to folder containing that granted subfolder (this is partially correct as he should not see any content of parent folder, but he should see folders in path to the subfolder he has granted access).
I am missing any settings on SP 2013 or this is not included in Foundation version of 2013?
Thanks for any advice!