I have Windows and Linux clients accessing a Samba share. In the /etc/fstab
file of the Linux clients I use the credentials=... option so that the
system mounts the share when it boots.
If the only person that uses that PC is the one that I have set in
/etc/fstab everything is ok, but not if it's another person because the
permissions of the share are the ones of the first person.
Is there a way to do the same as the Windows clients? (i.e. disconnect share
when one user logs out and ask for credentials either when the user logs in
or when he accesses the share)


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