Is there a way to make Linux shares appear in Networks (Win10-Home and Prof) other than using SMBv1 ?
I am running 20.04 with Samba 4.11.6 and I am unable to reach my Linux shares from Windows 10 via Networks when using SMBv2 or 3. I can reach my shares via mapping \name\share or when SMBv1 is enabled on Windows with no issues.
I do not want to use SMBv1 or use the \name\share method.
I unchecked all SMBv1 boxes in Windows and tried various below combinations in my smb.conf file but SMB2 or 3 doesnt work.
client min protocol = SMB2
client max protocol = SMB3
min protocol = SMB2
max protocol = SMB3
protocol = SMB2
protocol = SMB3
server min protocol = SMB2
server max protocol = SMB3
I also shut down all firewalls (Win/Linux) for troubleshooting and tried different registry hacks but so far the only way to make it work is to use the insecure SMBv1. Is there anything that I need to enable on either Win or Linux ?