Created attachment 882719 [details]
Screenshot of the USB mount options not working in System Settings
Description of problem:
Using a USB thumb drive, RHEL 7 using KDE will automatically mount removable devices that "System Settings" in KDE totally disables.
The steps I took to disable the KDE automount, it is in System Settings -> Removable Devices -> Uncheck all 4 check boxes, Click Apply, then relogin as that same user.
You will also see in the screenshot that when the USB is in, the properties of the USB thumb drive using the "Disks" utility program, shows the "Edit Mount Options" of that drive to have "Automatic Mount Options" still set to on.
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Is this bug still reproducible with RHEL 7.2?
I just installed RHEL-7.3-20160729.1 and it is still a problem.
Fixed in kde-runtime-4.10.5-10.el7.
I wasn't able to reproduce this problem after I fixed bug 1084191, but what I did is that I made automount overrides (the view with mounted devices) enabled all the time, because this forces to mount devices regardless any checkbox above. I also think that what you have configured in "Disks" utility program you mentioned has nothing to do with automount options in KDE.
Verified with kde-runtime-4.10.5-11.el7
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