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Detecting if SMBv1 is enabled.

Question asked by James Hamill on Aug 9, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 14, 2017 by James Hamill

On top of patching to remediate against vulnerabilities released by the ShadowBrokers, we have started to disable SMBv1 via group policy. 


A possible silly question but I am unable to identify a QID which will return me the SMB offerings of a device. Using the QID for MS17-010 doesn't quite cut it because the patch itself doesn't disable SMBv1 but instead amends how it handles a specially crafted message. 


I'd be interested to know if such a QID exists and if not, how are others identifying if a device is offering SMBv1. 


Thanks in advance.