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    Re: Scan to SMB Only Working with SMB 1 Enabled

    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    It is a valid point.

    Hopefully Ricoh will add support for v2 and v3 at some point via firmware.
    I know this thread is a couple of months old, but I wanted to comment on this and other things said in this thread.

    First, Ricoh is far from the only MFP manufacturer with SMB issues. Xerox and HP both have publicly stated that existing MFPs and some copiers will not support SMB v2/3. See here: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05547920 and here: Xerox Machines and SMBv2/V3 Scanning Support - Customer Support Forum

    Second, there was a comment earlier that stated something like "Microsoft forced MFP manufacturers to use SMB v2/3". This is patently false. Reading the two links above should clear that up. If you are still curious, think about the relationship between MS and hardware copier/printer vendors. They have very little connecting them. Now, Microsoft could have and did in fact deprecate SMB v1, but that doesn't stop anyone from using it.

    Sorry for the mini-rant. Just trying to make sure everyone is on the same page.


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    Re: Scan to SMB Only Working with SMB 1 Enabled

    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    It is a valid point.

    Hopefully Ricoh will add support for v2 and v3 at some point via firmware.
    I know this thread is a couple of months old, but I wanted to comment on this and other things said in this thread.

    First, Ricoh is far from the only MFP manufacturer with SMB issues. Xerox and HP both have publicly stated that existing MFPs and some copiers will not support SMB v2/3. See here: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05547920 and here: Xerox Machines and SMBv2/V3 Scanning Support - Customer Support Forum

    Second, there was a comment earlier that stated something like "Microsoft forced MFP manufacturers to use SMB v2/3". This is patently false. Reading the two links above should clear that up. If you are still curious, think about the relationship between MS and hardware copier/printer vendors. They have very little connecting them. Now, Microsoft could have and did in fact deprecate SMB v1, but that doesn't stop anyone from using it.

    Sorry for the mini-rant. Just trying to make sure everyone is on the same page.


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