When will Sonos catch up to not-ancient protocols use SMB2 and SMB3 version for SMB File Shares?
From this 2016 blog post, (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/filecab/2016/09/16/stop-using-smb1/)
> Stop using SMB1. Stop using SMB1. STOP USING SMB1!
> The original SMB1 protocol is nearly 30 years old, and like much of the software made in the 80’s, it was designed for a world that no longer exists. A world without malicious actors, without vast sets of important data, without near-universal computer usage. Frankly, its naivete is staggering when viewed though modern eyes.
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Best answer by Smilja
For me SMB2 is not a feature but no SMB2 is a bug. Have you ever seen a bug request that was solved by SONOS? Nope? Me neither!
Actually, this particular issue isn't an issue anymore.
Windows Sharing Changes
The Sonos app for Windows will now set up a music share using HTTP for local file sharing instead of the now-deprecated SMBv1 protocol. If you’re sharing your music library with Sonos, you may need to re-set up your music share after this update is finished.
For more details on setting up a music library, take a look here. [...]