How can I determine what version of SMB is running on my Windows 7 machine

Posted on 2011-05-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
This should be easy enough but I cant figure it out :-(

How can I determine what version of SMB is running on my Windows 7 machine?
Question by:NIDDK1550
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    Yes I read this article but I need to actually verify that this is the protocol on the box not what it is supposed to be. I want to verify in services or some snap in (or whatever) that this is in fact the version that is running
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    by:David L. Hansen
    Judging from this one line in the article, I'd say that it IS reporting its current version.

    "The client will send its supported dialects and the server will respond with the highest possible dialect. "

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