I hope someone can help me figure this out. In previous versions of Ubuntu I could lower the security of samba server with something like this.
server max protocol = nt1
I don't need the extra security features of the latest versions of samba or ubuntu because I am behind a NAT and never open IP/UDP ports 135 through 139 associated with file sharing. I must admit I am getting frustrated with all the security features added to the latest software that I must have to figure out how to disable all of it just to use it in my own house! The free Android apps I use over my WIFI/LAN won't work with the new software and all I want to do is send cellphone pictures to my computer for enhancements or download PDF files created by Libreoffice to my Android tablet. Nothing I will never share over the internet so any suggestions would be appreciated on how to force the latest version of samba on Ubuntu 19.04 to run SMB1 would be greatly appreciated.
Yes, I think I know the risks and know what I am doing. I am already behind a firewall. Thanks in advance. Thanks.