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Scheduled Service Change: SMBv1 removed from cornell.edu domain Active Directory and Shared File Svce

Event:
2018-04-29 06:00:00
Expected Duration:
2018-04-29 07:30:00
Status:
Closed
Brief Description:
SMBv1 has been removed from all domain controllers in the cornell.edu domain, as well as servers which present the \\files.cornell.edu DFS namespace utilized by Shared File Services as of 7:30am, Sunday, April 29, 2018.
User Impact:
Disruption of services on any remaining older systems that still use the SMBv1 protocol.
Services Affected:
IT Directory Infrastructure
Shared File Services
Subsites Affected:
Active Directory (CornellAD)
Shared File Services
Full Description:
SMBv1 has been removed from all domain controllers in the cornell.edu domain, as well as servers which present the \\files.cornell.edu DFS namespace utilized by Shared File Services as of 7:30am, Sunday, April 29, 2018.

This change may disrupt services on any remaining older systems that still use SMBv1 protocol, including:
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Network printers
Other network-connected devices with embedded systems using SMBv1
Linux systems running versions of Samba earlier than 4.1 and/or default configurations for the smbclient

Impact could include inability to access network shares, processing GPOs, browsing the "Network," printers unable to scan or save to a network share, and similar actions.



Timeline of Changes

Description Current Status Date Time
SMBv1 has been removed from all domain controllers in the cornell.edu domain, as well as servers which present the \\files.cornell.edu DFS namespace utilized by Shared File Services as of 7:30am, Sunday, April 29, 2018. This change may disrupt services on any remaining older systems that still use SMBv1 protocol, including: Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Network printers Other network-connected devices with embedded systems using SMBv1 Linux systems running versions of Samba earlier than 4.1 and/or default configurations for the smbclient Impact could include inability to access network shares, processing GPOs, browsing the "Network," printers unable to scan or save to a network share, and similar actions. 2018-04-29 08:16:13