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The Server Message Block (SMB) v1 protocol must be disabled on the SMB server.


Finding ID Version Rule ID IA Controls Severity
V-220730 WN10-00-000165 SV-220730r793189_rule Medium
SMBv1 is a legacy protocol that uses the MD5 algorithm as part of SMB. MD5 is known to be vulnerable to a number of attacks such as collision and preimage attacks as well as not being FIPS compliant. Disabling SMBv1 support may prevent access to file or print sharing resources with systems or devices that only support SMBv1. File shares and print services hosted on Windows Server 2003 are an example, however Windows Server 2003 is no longer a supported operating system. Some older network attached devices may only support SMBv1.
Microsoft Windows 10 Security Technical Implementation Guide 2023-09-29


Check Text ( C-22445r793188_chk )
Different methods are available to disable SMBv1 on Windows 10, if V-220729 is configured, this is NA.

If the following registry value does not exist or is not configured as specified, this is a finding:

Registry Path: \SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Parameters\

Value Name: SMB1

Value: 0x00000000 (0)
Fix Text (F-22434r554676_fix)
Configure the policy value for Computer Configuration >> Administrative Templates >> MS Security Guide >> "Configure SMBv1 Server" to "Disabled".

This policy setting requires the installation of the SecGuide custom templates included with the STIG package. "SecGuide.admx" and "SecGuide.adml" must be copied to the \Windows\PolicyDefinitions and \Windows\PolicyDefinitions\en-US directories respectively.

The system must be restarted for the change to take effect.