Enable or Disable SMB 2 and / or SMB 3 on Clients and Servers. SMB is the file sharing protocol used by default on Windows-based computers. SMB 1 was designed for early Windows network. SMB 2 for Vista and above. SMB 3 for Windows 8 and above.
Version: 1.0.2Enable or Disable SMB 2 and / or SMB 3 on Clients and Servers. SMB is the file sharing protocol used by default on Windows-based computers.
Operating System: Windows
SMB 1 was designed for early Windows network operating systems such as Microsoft LAN Manager and Windows for Workgroups, but until Windows Server 2008 and Vista, all Microsoft-based operating systems continued to use it more or less in its original format. SMB 2 was introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. SMB 3 was introduced in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
Windows Vista / 7/8 / 10 can act as a server and Windows 2008(R2) and 2012(R2) can act as a client. SMB 2 and SMB 3 is designed for the needs of the next generation of file servers.
Windows Server 2008 (R2), Windows Vista and Windows 7 supports both SMB 1 and SMB 2 in order to preserve backward compatibility. The same applies to newer versions of Windows.
Version 1.0.2: - Added support for Windows 2012 (R2) - Added support for Windows 8.1 - Added support for Windows 10 - Added support for SMB 3.0 - Added Right-to-Left GUI and Left-to-Right Switch mode CTRL+S