bmrz2019 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 27 17:07:29 UTC 2020
> OK, add 'server min protocol = SMB2' to smb.conf, remove the ntlm auth
> line and restart Samba, at this point, your Samba machine will no longer
> be using SMBv1.
> Now go to the Win 7 machine and open the registry editor.
> Navigate to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\control\LSA.
> Click on LSA
> You should see LMCompatibilityLevel in the right window pane, if you
> don't: choose 'Edit' > New > REG_DWORD. Replace "New Value #1" with
> Double-click on LMCompatibilityLevel in the right window pane. Enter "5"
> You should now be using NTLMv2 everywhere.
> At this point, you may wish to consider turning nmbd off on the Samba
> server, it will not be doing much now.
Thanks a million! you saved us.
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