The only information I can find says SMB3.0. Supporting SMB3.0 does that mean we automatically also support the SMB3.02 dialect?
HDI does not support SMB 3.02. Max SMB protocol that HDI supports is 3.00.
To clarify, it is the HDI *application* that supports SMBv3. The underlying operating system is still using Winbind 4.1.0, which requires SMBv1. So, if you remove SMBv1 from your domain controllers, after you reboot the HDI, your users will not be able to authenticate to the HDI. There is a version of Winbind that does support SMBv2 and higher, but Hitachi does not support that configuration on their HDIs, yet. There is 'talk' that a future release will address this around March/April 2018. But, until then, many of us are in non-compliance by still running SMBv1 on our DCs. So far, in my communications, Hitachi does not seem to appreciate the need and urgency of this update requirement.
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