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    Re: SMB scanning with Windows 10 issue

    hi..this might be a stuiped question.but have you checked if the SMB 1 PORT IS STILL OPEN..win 10 has a update that closes port 1 security reason

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    wait for it to boot up..then type
    Get-SmbServerConfiguration

    check to see if EnableSmb1protocol is true if false then port is blocked....no smb scanning via port 1.in a canon mc they have brought out special firmare for that..as far as i understand kyo hasnt worried to much about it.i could be wrong but i normally use a typsoft ftp program..very simple to sety up..

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    Re: SMB scanning with Windows 10 issue

    Quote Originally Posted by petermays View Post
    hi..this might be a stuiped question.but have you checked if the SMB 1 PORT IS STILL OPEN..win 10 has a update that closes port 1 security reason

    in run type power shell

    wait for it to boot up..then type
    Get-SmbServerConfiguration

    check to see if EnableSmb1protocol is true if false then port is blocked....no smb scanning via port 1.in a canon mc they have brought out special firmare for that..as far as i understand kyo hasnt worried to much about it.i could be wrong but i normally use a typsoft ftp program..very simple to sety up..
    SMBv1 can be enabled in Win 10 through the Control Panel -> Programs -> Turn Windows Features On or Off.
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    Re: SMB scanning with Windows 10 issue

    Quote Originally Posted by qbert69 View Post
    SMBv1 can be enabled in Win 10 through the Control Panel -> Programs -> Turn Windows Features On or Off.
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    SMB 1 has security issues.. that's why W10 has it turned off... IF this machine is in a controlled network environment... the tech could be in for a lawsuit if anything gets into the intranet and servers.

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    Re: SMB scanning with Windows 10 issue

    The KM-4050 is in a church day-care center, so I don't think security is a high priority here. I haven't been able to get back there (the office manager was on vacation), that's the reason for my delay in responding to everyone. I do appreciate the responses, and yes, I had checked the "Turn Windows Features On or Off". All 3 boxes are checked. Stay tuned..... Jeff M.

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    Re: SMB scanning with Windows 10 issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff M. View Post
    Hi all: Thanks for your replies. Well, I went back yesterday to continue with the M2035 issue, and... it was working! ???
    Thanks for letting us know it's working. From what I hear this is typical of Windows 10. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. We didn't have these issues with Win 7.

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