Question about NFS shares, KDE Dolphin and my stupidity

So, I was not shure where to put it, as it would also fit into the KDE category, but I think (due to my nubness) it fits better into the newbie categorie.
So, I have a NAS. It is based on TrueNAS. I have several NFS shares, which I mount into my system(s) via fstab, like so:
truenas:/mnt/Datapool_on_TrueNAS/Movies /Movies_on_TrueNAS nfs noauto,user,bg,rw,_netdev,soft,timeo=60,x-gvfs-show 0 0
(truenas is a DNS alias which is working fine)
I can easily acces the NFS shares, and the shares are automounted quite fine, buuuuut. Dolphin.
If I open Dolphin for the first time it looks like this:
and I get an empty folder! And no “+” to expand the subfolders!
I have then to click Movies_on_TrueNAS in the network section within dolphin, close dolphin and when I reopen it the folder is not empty anymore.

So my questions are: How to change this behaviour? What am I doing wrong here?

Try changing your fstab line to this:

truenas:/mnt/Datapool_on_TrueNAS/Movies /Movies_on_TrueNAS nfs x-systemd.automount,x-systemd.device-timeout=10,timeo=14,x-systemd.idle-timeout=1min 0 0
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Works like a charm! (This was solution 1001 which was never tried out in time…)

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