infoRouter allows you to give other users various levels of permissions to your folders, or folders that you have Full Control over. The levels of folder permissions available to you are No Access, Read, Change, & Full Control. When you assign permissions to a folder, those same permissions will be automatically inherited by any documents or folders contained in the folder. You may assign permissions to Users, User Groups and the Everyone group.
To assign permissions to a folder, perform the following:
  • Navigate to the folder. Click on the Folder Properties link.
  • In the Folder properties window, click on Folder Security.
  • In the Folder Security window, select users from the first list.
  • Make sure that you also select the appropriate access type from the drop down list box. The default is No Access.
  • Click on Add.
  • The selected users will be added to the security list with the permission level selected.
Permissions No Access List Read Add Add&Read Change Full Control
List folder contents   x  x x  x x x
View Documents     x   x x x
Create Documents       x x x x
Create & Read Documents         x x x
Change Properties           x x
Change Permissions             x
Take Ownership             x
Delete Folder             x

The No Access right is the same as not including a user in the access list. It is used in instances where a permission is given to a user group or the Everyone group and you wish to exclude a member of the group from the assigned security. Learn more about this issue in User Groups.
Permission Inheritance:
Setting this option while assigning folder permissions allows you to specify that a folder should inherit its permission list from its parent folder. This is optional, but recommended, because it dramatically reduces the time needed to apply security to child folders. Learn more about this issue in Inheritance.
Note: Groups or users granted Full Control at the parent folder level can delete or change any sub-folders, regardless of the permissions protecting the folder. Any user with Full Control rights can set or alter the security at any of the subfolders.