Trying to connect to Samba shares on a Linux host with a Windows 10 client, even after setting the client Security Policy to allow non-NTLMv2 authentication, the client still gives errors like "The specified password is not correct." when using valid account credentials.
It sounds like most systems can support NTLMv2 authentication, so I'd like to just enable it on my Samba host and no longer worry about supporting the older protocols. It sounds like Samba defaults to having the NTLMv2 option, but, what parameters do I need to set to satisfy Windows (i.e. use NTLMv2 only)?