Entries are only created in this file for NTFS disks. On each reboot
an entry for every attached NTFS (I have 4 on a hub on port 1) disk
is created, HDD_1_1_1, HDD_1_2_1, etc. And if I 'hot-plug' a NTFS
disk in this file updates itself.
The only solution I have is to manualy edit the file and remove the
entries and startup and when I connect a disk.
The problem is each HDD_1_x_1 share is created with 777 permissions
giving anyone with access to the NAS via LAN or FTP full access to
the whole contents of the attached disk, regardless of what network
shares/permissions already exist for sub-folders.
If someone would write me a script which examined the contents of
this file every 5 mins and deleted all entries, please :)
> --- In email@example.com, "Mike \(mwester\)"
> <mwester@> wrote:
> It adds the line to the file if I put with the drive attached and
> when I boot.
> When I boot with the drive attached and plug the drive in later
> at that time it adds the line to the file.
> It would seem that this file should be empty on boot, but mine
> contains whatever was in it. Is there something that is suppose to
> clear this out?