Guide | How To How to disable SMBv1 in Windows 10 and Windows Server

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Winter Soldier

Level 25
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Top Poster
Feb 13, 2017
Does 'Team Viewer' work after disable these features?
I do not use Team Viewer for years but if I'm not wrong, it uses port 80. This port is used by default for the HTTP protocol.
Then it should work.


Level 4
May 15, 2017
Thank you for this thread.
Unfortunately, my old NAS needs SMB v1...
thats what i found when i googled around to see what SMBv1 is used for, and how to see if your network is currently using it or not...
i found some posts from users using QNAP NAS, and they said to disable (on NAS or Computer) SMBv2+ and enable SMBv1, then it allowed it to work properly
crappy situation for those users with NAS like that :(


Level 6
Mar 28, 2017
I have an old Buffalo linkstation live. It's doing its job... All my PC are on W10 CU and are updated regurarly so this doesn't bother me a lot.
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