Last night I had to do some testing under Windows 10 and to my surprise I was unable to access smb network share.
I have done some investigation and it would appear that Windows 10 will try to negotiate SMB3_11, which Samba 4.1.1 doesn’t yet support except in the current 4.3 release candidate.
To fix this I disabled SMB 3 and enabled v1:
To disable SMBv2 and SMBv3 on the SMB client, run the following commands:
sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi
sc.exe config mrxsmb20 start= disabled
To enable SMBv1 on the SMB client, run the following commands:
sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/mrxsmb20/nsi
sc.exe config mrxsmb10 start= auto
After restarting Win10 instance I was back in action.
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A number of the Windows applications (such as Mail, Money, Weather, Xbox) in Windows 10 have no uninstall option however they are still just AppX packages installed on the OS so can be viewed and removed using PowerShell.
Launch an elevated PowerShell session and then run command:
Get-AppxPackage *<part of package name>* | Remove-AppxPackage
To remove. For example to remove the built-in Mail and Calendar applications I use:
Get-AppxPackage *communi* | Remove-AppxPackage
To view all the packages use:
Get-AppxPackage | ft Name, PackageFullName -AutoSize
Some common ones you may wish to uninstall are listed below with the part of package name to use:
Camera – *camera*
Mail and Calendar – *communi*
People – *people*
Money, Sports, News, Travel, Health, Food and Weather – *bing* or to just remove certain ones use *bingsports*, *bingtravel* etc. Use ‘
Get-AppxPackage *bing* | ft Name, PackageFullName -AutoSize‘ to view the names
Groove Music and Movies & TV – *zune*
Xbox – *xbox*
Solitare – *solit*
3D Builder – *3d*