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Currently, we have the folder structure listed below. When I set up a permission group Group A with access to Company A, for this to work I have to include read access to the Team and Clients level folders. The issue I'm having is when a new folder for Company D is added to the Clients folder, Group A ends up having visibility into the newly added folder. Is there a way to avoid this? Team folder (top-level folder in files)ClientsCompany A Company BCompany CCompany D (Newly added folder)

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