Description of problem:
UserX is logged in at the console (using Gnome desktop w/Nautilus) of SystemA.
UserY is logged in to SystemA from remote SystemB.
UserY mounts a samba share from SystemB on SystemA, defined in the /etc/fstab of
//systemb/usery /home/usery/systemb smbfs
users,credentials=/home/usery/.systemb.usery,uid=usery,gid=usery 0 0
with the command: mount systemb
When the mount completes, UserX at the console sees the "SystemB" icon appear.
However, UserX has no permission to access this icon. As UserY mounts and
unmounts, the icons flashes on the UserX console.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
All components at current maintenance level (all errata) for Redhat 8.0.
Steps to Reproduce:
3.Profit! Uh, I mean bug!
Icon appears on console
Icon should only appear if associated directory is owned or accessible by the
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