How to activate / Enable SMB 2 on DR4000

Hello,

How to enable  SMB V2  on CIFS folders  ?

Product Name: DR4000
Software Version: 3.1.2015.0

  • I think the following will help you:

    Set-SmbServerConfiguration
       [-AnnounceComment <String>]
       [-AnnounceServer <Boolean>]
       [-AsynchronousCredits <UInt32>]
       [-AuditSmb1Access <Boolean>]
       [-AutoDisconnectTimeout <UInt32>]
       [-AutoShareServer <Boolean>]
       [-AutoShareWorkstation <Boolean>]
       [-CachedOpenLimit <UInt32>]
       [-DurableHandleV2TimeoutInSeconds <UInt32>]
       [-EnableAuthenticateUserSharing <Boolean>]
       [-EnableDownlevelTimewarp <Boolean>]
       [-EnableForcedLogoff <Boolean>]
       [-EnableLeasing <Boolean>]
       [-EnableMultiChannel <Boolean>]
       [-EnableOplocks <Boolean>]
       [-EnableSecuritySignature <Boolean>]
       [-EnableSMB1Protocol <Boolean>]
       [-EnableSMB2Protocol <Boolean>]
       [-EnableStrictNameChecking <Boolean>]
       [-EncryptData <Boolean>]
       [-IrpStackSize <UInt32>]
       [-KeepAliveTime <UInt32>]
       [-MaxChannelPerSession <UInt32>]
       [-MaxMpxCount <UInt32>]
       [-MaxSessionPerConnection <UInt32>]
       [-MaxThreadsPerQueue <UInt32>]
       [-MaxWorkItems <UInt32>]
       [-NullSessionPipes <String>]
       [-NullSessionShares <String>]
       [-OplockBreakWait <UInt32>]
       [-PendingClientTimeoutInSeconds <UInt32>]
       [-RejectUnencryptedAccess <Boolean>]
       [-RequireSecuritySignature <Boolean>]
       [-ServerHidden <Boolean>]
       [-Smb2CreditsMax <UInt32>]
       [-Smb2CreditsMin <UInt32>]
       [-SmbServerNameHardeningLevel <UInt32>]
       [-TreatHostAsStableStorage <Boolean>]
       [-ValidateAliasNotCircular <Boolean>]
       [-ValidateShareScope <Boolean>]
       [-ValidateShareScopeNotAliased <Boolean>]
       [-ValidateTargetName <Boolean>]
       [-Force]
       [-CimSession <CimSession[]>]
       [-ThrottleLimit <Int32>]
       [-AsJob]
       [-WhatIf]
       [-Confirm]
       [<CommonParameters>]



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  • SMB2 version is an option in later builds of the DR4000 firmware

    https://support.quest.com/technical-documents/dr-series-software/4.0.3/release-notes/3#TOPIC-856927

    The DR will still respond to SMB1 requests but will now negotiate at smb2 if that is configured on machine connecting to DR series appliance