Does UCSM support SMB v2 for authentication purposes?
Hope everyone is doing fantastic!
I have a customer who wants to upgrade to Windows Server 2016, as far as I know SMB v1 is not installed by default in that windows server release, however my customer has their environment running SMB v1 for UCSM authentication purposes over 3 years and he is concerned about that once they do the upgrade to WS 2016 that the UCSM is not going to be able to handle SMBv2.
I tried to find Cisco Documentation about compatibility with this specific protocol, but I could not find something related about Authentication purposes,
Have you ever heard/observed scenarios by using SMBv2 for UCSM authentication purposes?
I would really appreciate all kind of help if possible,
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