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(2019-01-07, 23:02)Chris112784 Wrote: [ -> ]Its supported, I have 2 nexus players and a roku 3 among other devices that all connect using kodi smb

and how this confirm what it supports SMBv2/3? nexus and roku may use SMBv1
(2018-05-09, 12:17)PHiLiPZ Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-04-10, 10:00)afedchin Wrote: [ -> ]Image

See Add-on Browser -> My add-ons -> Virtual filesystems
I can't see "Virtual filesystems" in the My Addons section. What can I do to enable smb?
(2020-04-18, 11:31)saeedesmaili Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-09, 12:17)PHiLiPZ Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-04-10, 10:00)afedchin Wrote: [ -> ]Image

See Add-on Browser -> My add-ons -> Virtual filesystems
I can't see "Virtual filesystems" in the My Addons section. What can I do to enable smb?
Installed 18.9 on my Xbox Series X.. no possibility for Virtual Filesystem as far as I can see. How to get smb working there?
(2020-11-10, 18:42)laric Wrote: [ -> ]
(2020-04-18, 11:31)saeedesmaili Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-09, 12:17)PHiLiPZ Wrote: [ -> ] 
I can't see "Virtual filesystems" in the My Addons section. What can I do to enable smb?
Installed 18.9 on my Xbox Series X.. no possibility for Virtual Filesystem as far as I can see. How to get smb working there?
Same for me, the Ad-On for SMB is not available for Xbox Serie X
The vfs.smb2 addon should be included in the install package and will be found under My addons

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(2020-11-19, 15:04)jjd-uk Wrote: [ -> ]The vfs.smb2 addon should be included in the install package and will be found under My addons

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Many thanks, my mistake, there is a togle button to enable/disable and it is disabled by default. Thanks !
This was noted elsewhere or in the documentation, can't recall which, posting it here as a quick "gotcha" reminder ...

Once SMBv2/3 is installed/enabled, keep in mind that SMB search of "friendly network name" only functions with SMBv1.  For SMBv2/3, provide the IP Address of the device when adding the [device]\[sharedfolder].  If the device is configured to allow non-authenticated access, it may still be necessary to use the "guest" username with no password to connect.

Cheers,
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