File Explorer capping

Hello good morning to all.
When using the file explorer I know that if the user doesn’t have the right permissions he can’t perform actions on files, that is to say, no matter how much the user moves from his $HOME to the root directory and from there to /etc (for example) he won’t be able to do anything on the files. Still I would like to know if there is any way, or is it contemplated to make that the user can not climb in the directory tree beyond his home, preventing him to navigate through the upper sections of the directory tree.
Greetings to all

Hi and thanks for the question.

I don’t see any open issue with this specific request (though I could be missing something) in the Github currently so I’ve opened a community request for it below.

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Good morning!
First of all thank you very much for opening a ticket with the request.
I have reviewed what is commented in the thread and I see that the functionality is already implemented, I leave here the link so that it remains as an answer to the post.
Thank you very much to all! Customizations — Open OnDemand 3.1.0 documentation