samba on my Linux machine.
When I mount a
samba share from
Windows, such as my home directory, a file named
autorun.inf will be created inside the mount. It seems to be a text file but horribly disfigured and even
file claims it to be a binary.
The file can be deleted of course but will be re-created every time
Windows mounts the share.
Is there a way to get rid of that file permanently? Is it dangerous in some way?
Windows create it in the first place?