In a CentOS-based boot environment, you may not be able to access a shared folder on an OS where SMB1.0 is disabled.
In CentOS7.x, the default version of the SMB protocol differs depending on the version.
CentOS7.5 or earlier: The default protocol is SMB1.0
CentOS7.6 or later: The default protocol is SMB2.1
In Windows10 and Windows Server 2019, SMB1.0 is disabled by default, so only those created with CentOS7.4 will be affected.
To access a shared folder on Windows 10 or Windows Server 2019, use CentBE created with CentOS 7.7.
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