First post, by NightShadowPT
I have a 486/DX66 that I am mostly using for DOS and DOS gaming.
For convenience, I have also installed Windows 98 to be able to transfer files to a from the system from my current network.
The challenge for me is that it seems Windows 98 can only use SMB1, a version of SAMBA that is deprecated and a serious security liability.
My concern is not about the Windows98 machine itself (as the PC is powered off 90% of the time, and when it's running I am mostly using DOS), but the Synology where I keep the files for the Windows 98 access because it is always on and available on the network.
Is there any way I can get my Windows 98 to connect to my Synology (or to my Windows 10 PC as an alternative) using SMB2 or another alternative that would allow me to disable SMB1 on my other machines?
Compaq Deskpro M 486/66 - 64MB Ram - Compaq QVision 1MB - Orpheus II Sound
Card - 4GB SCSI HDD + 4GB CF Card - SCSI CD-ROM Plextor PX-32TSi - Adaptec WideSCSI AHA-2740W - 3COM Etherlink III Card