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NetStorage SLO showing all folders

I'm trying to implement Service Location Objects for our users of
NetStorage. I've created the objects and assigned them to an upper level
OU and everything looks good when I log into NetStorage...except that even
if I log in as a normal user without any special privelages I can see all
the other department's folders. I don't see the things inside those
folders if I don't have trustee rights but I can see the entire folder
structure. This is not good as one thing we've always liked about the
Novell file structure is that you cannot see folders that you are not
given rights to normally. Has anybody else seen this? Is there a setting
where I can change this?


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