Is SMB1 required?


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Hello, I currently use Reflect on Windows 10 to backup to an old NAS which requires SMB1.  I have CIFS/SMB1 client enabled on Windows 10 for this and Reflect backs up to the NAS just fine.

I am looking to replace the NAS and at the same time remove support for SMB1 client from Windows 10.  Will Reflect still be able to backup to the NAS?

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Reflect uses Windows itself for file transfers rather than some custom engine, so if your version of Windows supports it, then Reflect will too, and Windows 10 definitely supports SMB 2 since that arrived with Vista.
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