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@Alban1999 Thank you! Yes, we have fixed that issue in the next version of Windows Server and have a backport bug to fix WS2019 and perhaps WS2016.
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Hello Ned, Thanks for your work on helping people securing SMB shares. It's a crypto hell out there... Just so know, when using Best Practives Analyzer within Server Manager on Windows Server 2019, you get a warning if you disabled SMB v1.0 ("The SMB 1.0 file sharing protocol should be enabled"). Co...
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Awfully glad to see this post, especially when my customer comes to me while auditing deprecated protocols and trying to find the culprit leaving Protocol type SMB in his traces / logs. Should be another mystery successfully solved.
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Myself personally I have started with the Root Domain, and only when everything was ok and fully tested I moved into the children domains.I know people that have done the way around with no issue as well. Kind regards AP
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Ned, Thank you for this great article! I have a question, I need to migrate a forest with six sub domains. I assume I will need to migrate each domain one at a time and order doesn't matter? Thanks,Joe.
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