[Samba] Windows 10 compatibility?

Gaiseric Vandal gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Wed May 4 15:46:12 UTC 2016

I am running Solaris 11 (x84_64) with Samba Version 3.6.25 as primary 
domain controller, 2ndary domain controller and member  file servers.   
This is a "classic" domain not Active Directory.    Windows 10 works 
fine, with the same registry changes (sign/seal?) as required for Windows 7.

I have various linux member servers, include Fedora Core 23 with samba 
4.3.4.       but I have not checked with Windows 10 actually connects to 
the those file servers.   Windows 7 machines connected ok.

I have noticed with Windows 2008 and Windows 7 that SMB 2 does NOT play 
nice.    You can connect to a share but then if you try to connect 
additional shares from the same server it might not work.       I think 
this is somehow tied to the fact that I have a classic domain although 
why this is the case I don't know. this was an issue with both my 
solaris servers and a Synology NAS .

On 05/04/16 11:09, Harkins, Steve wrote:
>                 Hello all,
> Can someone tell me what versions of the Samba software are compatible with client machines running Windows 10?  Thank you.
> Regards,
> Steve Harkins
> sharkins at ti.com<mailto:sharkins at ti.com>

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