So what is SMB Signing all about?

Many SBS systems have SMB signing disabled, in order to resolve various problems, most notably slow file copying from a workstation to the server. You can read how to disable SMB signing at the M&M site here: Jeff Middleton recently posted the following excellent summary of SMB signing in the SBS2003  public newsgroup, and why it should not be considered a security risk: I don’t think anyone is looking for an argument about this, but if someone is, just be prepared to debate both me and Mariette telling you that the sane thing to do in 99.99% of all SBS deployment scenarios is … Continue reading So what is SMB Signing all about?