I have the appropriate lines in my /etc/fstab to automount a .iso. I believe the reason I get a failed message on boot is selinux considers this action to be unsafe. I wish to keep my selinux set to enforcing and still automount this .iso on boot.
Read-only access is fine, so the file can be owned by root. Yes, it really must be a mounted .iso file.
I believe this should be possible by adding, or modify, a rule in selinux. However, I have no real idea how to accomplish this.