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0019801ClearOSapp-samba - Windows Networkingpublic2018-04-08 13:282018-10-23 12:45
Assigned Todloper 
StatusclosedResolutionwon't fix 
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Summary0019801: Remove the Windows 10 Domain Logons pref and always enable it
DescriptionIn Windows Networking (Samba) there is a preference to enable or disable Windows 10 Domain Logons. I believe it should be removed and force-pref'ed on. I find it hard to imagine a scenario where you might want to disable Win 10 domain logons without disabling Win 7, XP, Vista and so on, or, just have Win 7, XP and Vista logons enabled without enabling Win 10.
I think it would be better to remove the pref and always force it enabled.

There is a gotcha when you are importing a v6 config into v7 where you would still want to pref it on if it is not i the v6 config. I am not sure the best way to handle this.
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NickH (developer)
2018-05-29 04:43

I know I reported it, but can I suggest the request is deleted.

The pref currently enforces SMB 1.0, considered insecure by Microsoft (and was leveraged for the WannaCry virus). It also forces you to enable SMB 1.0 in Win10 for versions >=1709.

If left not pref'd on, Win10 can still use simple file sharing using SMB protocols > SMB 1.0 and all other Windows versions also work.

It is only necessary for Win10 to join ClearOS Samba domains and even that feature is looking like it has been removed from the 1803 version of Win10.
dloper (administrator)
2018-10-23 12:44

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dloper (administrator)
2018-10-23 12:45 [^]

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2018-04-08 13:28 NickH New Issue
2018-04-09 06:21 user2 Status new => confirmed
2018-05-29 04:43 NickH Note Added: 0007501
2018-10-23 12:44 dloper Note Added: 0008251
2018-10-23 12:45 dloper Note Added: 0008261
2018-10-23 12:45 dloper Status confirmed => closed
2018-10-23 12:45 dloper Assigned To => dloper
2018-10-23 12:45 dloper Resolution open => won't fix