But we'll have to agree to disagree. Your security scenarios are just
bizarre. It's a lot easier to hack people then going through all the
interations you suggest.
For one, I've been a sys admin for 20 years and NEVER created a
private folder under a public folder. Not in my Novell days, not in my
Windows days. The only time I've seen a private folder created under a
public folder is the \Users folder, and in that case, the users only
have Read and List access to the parent \Users folder, and then Full
Control to their own folders.