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Support of SMBv2 for network playback
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Hi!
I'm using USB Audio Player PRO for listening music also from local folder on my Windows PC through Wi-Fi.
And it is amazing feature! Absolutely necessary feature!
But USB Audio Player PRO supports only old and unsafe SMBv1 protocol for network playback.
So, adding support of much safer SMBv2 protocol would be great!

P.S. Please, do not disable SMBv1 protocol for network playback in USB Audio Player PRO, until full support of SMBv2!
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(07-29-2018, 08:15 AM)Stratoman Wrote: Hi!
I'm using USB Audio Player PRO for listening music also from local folder on my Windows PC through Wi-Fi.
And it is amazing feature! Absolutely necessary feature!
But USB Audio Player PRO supports only old and unsafe SMBv1 protocol for network playback.
So, adding support of much safer SMBv2 protocol would be great!

P.S. Please, do not disable SMBv1 protocol for network playback in USB Audio Player PRO, until full support of SMBv2!

Hi, I fully agree with this post. With the latest edition of Windows 10 1809, SMBv1 has to be manually reactivated to be able to listen to tracks stored on a network drive. Unless that, connection to network folders is rejected which is quite frustrating.
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