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    Cool SMBv2 support

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    Hey Guys,

    Iíve found that Microsoft has removed default support for SMBv1 in fall creator's update of Windows 10 (Build 1709/1703).

    Just contact to TP-Link and they told me they are working on this issue and will add support on SMBv2 for devices in the near future.

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    Hey, Pacoo, I've heard that C5400 will receive new firmware in one week or two.

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    Good news .... cos my NAS isn't see on SMB2

    FCU disables SMB1 after 15days if it hasn't been used , (eg turning on my old Synology NAS i found I couldn't connect to do a backup), But you can turn it back on in:

    Control Panel>Programs and Features>Turn Windows Features on and Off>SMB 1.0/CIFS and checking just the SMB1.0 Client box worked for me.

    Once you do this Win10 will no longer disable it automatically as it assumes you need it, if you it turned back on.



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