SMB1 Product Clearinghouse

  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    SMB1 Product Clearinghouse


    With SMBv1 being deprecated in the Fall Creators Update, this may come in handy. I ran across an MS blog listing known product dependencies. Applies mostly to server environment, but is useful for cross-referencing should a post come up here with SMBv1 issues.

    SMB1 Product Clearinghouse | Storage at Microsoft
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  2. AndreTen's Avatar
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    Thanks TC. This may come handy
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    The list does rely on vendors adding themselves to it though.
    I have an old Seagate Goflex Home NAS drive which isn't on the list but, as far as I can make out, needs SMB1 to work.
    (Leastways, I've not managed to connect after I tried disabling SMB1.)
    But unless Seagate add themselves, they won't be on that Microsoft page.
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  4. Eagle51's Avatar
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    I've got an old NetGear WNDR4000 router with USB File Sharing, which I use with external USB HDD. It uses SMBv1, so the SMBv1 Client has to be enabled on all Win10 PCs to be able to see the router/shared folders. When MS actually removes SMBv1 from Win10, I'll have to buy a new router, unless NetGear updates the Firmware for it .. which I doubt they will
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  5. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    No doubt there vendors not on the list (yet) who are working on (or say they are) updates to their SMBv1 reliance. Some will come through with updates, some will not. The "will nots" have to make a business decision...keep the customer base happy, or risk the backlash. In the end, as usually happens, it will be the bean-counters who decide.

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    This blog post contains all products requiring SMB1, where the vendor explicitly states this in their own documentation or communications, or where a customer has reported it and shown some degree of proof without vendor refutation. This list is not complete and you should never treat it as complete; check back often.

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