[Samba] Win 10 cannot connect with (some variations of) 'smb encrypt = desired'
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Tue Jan 24 08:36:33 UTC 2017
On Fri, Dec 23, 2016 at 02:21:16PM -0600, Chad William Seys via samba wrote:
> There are some surprises when trying to connect Windows 10 (up to date circa
> Dec 2016) to Samba (4.5.2) with 'smb encrypt = desired' as a config option.
> browse | select | direct
> smb encrypt (no G, no S) = '' Y | Y | Y
> smb encrypt (G, no S) = required Y | Y | Y
> smb encrypt (no G, S) = desired Y | N | Y
> smb encrypt (G and S) = desired N | N/A | N
> smb encrypt (G, no S) = desired N | N/A | N
can't reproduce this. These are my findings:
browse | select | direct
smb encrypt (no G, no S) = '' Y | Y | Y
smb encrypt (G, no S) = required Y | Y | Y
smb encrypt (no G, S) = desired Y | Y | Y
smb encrypt (G and S) = desired Y | Y | Y
smb encrypt (G, no S) = desired Y | Y | Y
This is with a Windows 10 client and Samba git master, but without the patch I
mentioned. I don't think there are differences in the code between master and
4.5.2 that could come into play here.
After every test I closed all Explorer windows, restarted Samba and checked with
smbstatus that there was no active session before running the next test.
I didn't restart the Windows client which I would have done if I got unexecpted
results, but as the above results matched my expectations I ommitted this step.
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