How to correctly set rights on folders?

Set up on a windows server 2012 file server with ABE technology for easier assignment of access rights (as written on "the fence").

The question is I have a Department folder in this folder there is a grandmother accounting which will be shown only Buham, but in that folder there is a folder division Economists (access to which is only the economists) now
I have one of the staff accountants to give access to a sub-subfolder Economists.

Question: what's the right thing to do?
1) on this sub-subfolder Economists to give access to the staff member and then as we label him to get access
2) to allow entering the folder by economists, but by going there he will only be able to see this under a subfolder?

Or how to do it correctly?
April 7th 20 at 15:31
1 answer
April 7th 20 at 15:33
shown only Buham, but in that folder there is a folder division Economists (access to which is only the economists)
Why such a pervert?
And on the issue give access to the employee and make a folder of the hotel the ball, and as he enters there is the tenth case (the link or the desktop shortcut or even as a network drive Polchenko)
PS Access is better not to give users, and groups.

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