Been a user of OMV since 5.x but recently wanted to create one for home and used 6.x . My home OMV system has OMV-extras, snapraid, mergerfs, sharerootfs, and backup plugins installed. I have a pool configured and snapraid running on that. The pool is accessed via SMB/CIFS primarily through Linux clients, though I have one laptop that is Windows.
Whenever I open any file, it just creates a copy in the .recycle folder. However the recycle bin option is Disabled under SMB/CIFS -> Settings -> Home Directories. So I don't know why I even have a .recycle folder in the first place. Tried enabling and disabling the option to no effect. Honestly I don't mind having that folder there, but I don't like how every file I open creates a temp file there that is not removed after the file is closed. What really bothers me is related to password-protected archives.
My main issue is that of a security nature. When I open password-protected archives and enter the password to view the file and then close that archive, a non-password protected file of what I just viewed is left in the .recycle folder ! So someone else can come along and view the file that is supposed to be password protected! This is unacceptable.
How do I fix this? I tried googling this but no one talks about the specific issue I'm having. Any suggestions/solutions would be appreciated.