Just running through setting a NSS3000 in a test enviroment and alls going well. The box has been joined to an Active Directory domain and I can create shares and control read/write access to them using the Active Directory groups.
Whenever I browse to the NAS box via my network places, as well as the shares I have created, it shows a 'home' folder for the user logged on at that time.
Is there a way to disable this globally for all users so that only the shares I have created are seen?
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