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Can HP support SMBV2

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Does HP support SMBv/2. customers network runs on smbv/2

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Yes.. ..its supported for this model. ...check in the printer EWS. .......HERE details you may find. ...

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rasheddul
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Yes.. ..its supported for this model. ...check in the printer EWS. .......HERE details you may find. ...

Regards/Rashed
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CalMiyatake
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how can I tell if my Laserjet printer is supported for SMBv2?  I have M401n, 4100, 4250, M402, P2055, P2055, P3010, P4015 printers.

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See attached PDF for information, current as of June 2019

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Thank you. so, if my printers are NOT on the list, they are NOT supported for SMBv2, is that correct?

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Actually, the proper question is:  Most of our printers are NOT on the 2019 list for SMBv1 or SMB2 or SMB3.  How do I interpret that information?  Support or non-support?

 

Thanks for your help

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