Trying to find solution to ongoing network issues.

  1. Posts : 88
    Win 10 64 Bit

    Trying to find solution to ongoing network issues.

    I know MS killed the support for the SMB 1 protocol. After trying all the so called trick to no avail and also uninstalled the SMB 1 protocol and just left the SMB installed and tried the MS trick to enable the network discovery as outlined in the article, and still can't get any of the computers to show in the network explorer. I even went as far as trying to set up static IP's on the router, netgear R6400 and can't figure out how to get everything to see each other. I tried the Address Reservation with no joy. I'm not a novice to computers, but at my wits end trying to get this setup. 2 desktops, win10 1709 and 1 laptop win7
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  2. Posts : 88
    Win 10 64 Bit
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    After getting over 100 looks and no replies, I decided to do a lot of research and solved the problem. All of these so called tweaks that these so called vip's in here suggested, did not work. Here is the final resolution to the SMB1, network sharing problem. I also figured out how to set up my static IP's on the router.
    1) make sure SMB1 is installed.
    2) Go to services and make sure Function Discovery Provider Host & Function Discovery Resource Publication is set to Automatic(delayed start)
    3) Open up power shell and run in admin mode and enter these commands: sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb20/nsi
    sc.exe config mrxsmb10 start= disabled
    You should be able to now open up the network browser and see all of your share drive and computers. This has been tested now for 4 days and works flawlessly.
    Last edited by Madness10; 15 Jun 2018 at 22:41.
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