Due to Microsoft has tied the Computer Browser service into SMB1, you lose it after unchecking in Windows Features under Programs and Features. In other words, do not touch the huge red button labeled smb1 in Windows Features, but do the following and it will disable smb1, but still allow Computer Browser service to run.
First go into Services (can enter in Run services.msc and it will come up), look for "Computer Browser" and right click to get to properties. Then change from Manual to Automatic. It will show up as Triggered when you reboot after enter the following two items into a Command Window:
To disable SMBv1 on the SMB client, run the following commands:
sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb20/nsi
sc.exe config mrxsmb10 start= disabled
Reboot and above all, if you have a NAS, make sure that it is not set to be Master Browser, because it will break SMB. You can use the Lan Scanner tool from Scottie's Tech to check that all workstations show up in the Workgroup/Domain and which is master. Downloads | Scotties Tech.Info I found the information to fix Microsoft's mistake when they put out to just disable smb1 from Windows Features, which finally gets rid of one huge headache, until Microsoft finds a way to break Windows 10 again. [SOLVED] Disabling SMB1 stops domain authentication - Windows Forum - Spiceworks
Have a good day, and you can have a drink of your favorite beverage to celebrate the victory of beating Microsoft again. Thanks !
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