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My OS is Windows 10 1803 and I have enabled SMB 1.0 in the windows features settings.
What's the bind address of the interface on Windows? It wouldn't be a localhost address by chance would it?
Also, what were your nmap scan parameters?
fuckwit12555yDu you have a fritzbox? These routers block all traffic to 445 by default and you have to disable the netbios filter in the fritzbox for that to work.
Through powershell method? Registry hacks don't work anymore, it is really removed if you don't use smb1 in 30 days.
Anyway, what are you trying to do? Access the windows box?
Linux works fine with smb2, you need the server service going (not just workstation, the client part).
Maybe win10 is just not resolving by netbios, no wins server, probably works by \\IP or dns, doesn't seem like a network issue to me.
(i've managed samba domains for the last 18 years, smb1 it's not required unless you need to join a nt4 style domain, and in that case you need to skip one of the win10 upgrades and enable it in 30 days or you'll lose it).
anyway, I don't know why I even bother, he didn't even reply 🤣