I want to deploy an oC-Server on a virtualized machine for my family. I have full control over the host, the guest (obviously) and oC (even more obvious).
I can't blame them prefering not having a relative with full read-write access to their personal data.
So is it possible to "lock out" the system and oC admin from the users' private folders?
I read that the oC admin can reset user passwords at any time so even if I weren't able to view the files directly I could still log in as that user.
Does the oC-Server application also protect the folders from a system admin point of few? But thinking about that, since the root-user (which I am) is the god of said system nothing could stop me anyway, doesn't it?
Sorry if I made a duplicate post but I couldn't find any specific information on that topic.