I'm literally clueless here, hopefully somebody will come up with a good idea, because I googled a lot already (maybe badly) and couldn't find anything about this issue. Maybe I did something wrong, or there are tweaks to do, or what i want to achieve is impossible. Any case, I'd love to know.
You will find some screenshots that might tell the most experienced of you more than any of my words.
- Server: OMV 3
- Protocol: SMB with auth
- Client: Windows 10, drive mounted as D:\
Some Steam games installed on the NAS (main library on this drive) will fail to start while other work just fine.
Seems like those which will fail are those with the most strict anti-cheat systems. For instance, GTA V failed (Rockstar social club crash upon start), as well as Rust (Rust Launcher Error: LauncherInvalidParameter - Invalid game executable: RustClient.exe).
Other than that, I am able to read and write anything, so I'm not sure if it fails because of permissions or the simple fact of being a network drive;
# What I tried
- Reinstalling Rust > No luck
- Playing around with ACL: Put UltimateByte (SMB user) as the owner with recursive rwx permissions. Of course, Read/Write is ticked for the user upon User/Group permissions
- Playing around with Windows Permissions
I Installed my OMV NAS a few days ago. I converted all disks from NTFS to EXT4 (by emptying them, then formatting them then putting back my data), then fixed permissions with ACL. Main goal was to free my main gig from any mechanical drive to make it as quiet as possible and this goal was achieved and I'm happy with it. However this issue's breaking my joy.
Case: Fractal Define R3
PSU: Be Quiet 500w modular Gold
Motherboard: Asus Z87 Pro V Edition
RAM : Corsair 2x4GB DDR3 2133Mhz CL9
CPU: Intel Celeron G1840 @ 2,8Ghz
System Drive : SanDisk SSD SDSSDA12 120GB
Drives : 3x 4TB Seagate ST4000DM000-1F21 (independent, no RAID) + 1x 3TB Western Digital WD30EZRX-00M
Thanks to anyone who takes some time trying to help.