Our desktop workstations are linux.
Each user uses Active Directory to authenticate. Mount does not automatically use the users PAM credentials to authenticate against a remote mount point - you must use either a credentials file or type in your username/domain/password on the command line.
Each user has encrypted home directories and they mount their remote mount points to a directory structure under their home directory.
Each user has different access rights on the domain and they want to keep their credentials file in their local plasma-vault.
Unfortunately, even when the plasma-vault is open, the moment they use sudo to run mount, the sudo process runs as root, who can not see the contents of the vault.
So, I need to have the users be able to run
mount, under their own home directory, without the need for
How do I do this?