SMB) is used compared to the older versions of Windows (
Netbios over TCP/IPor
hdwwiz.exeThe Hardware Wizard will come up:
smbdriver for all interfaces. By delaying the startup of the
smbdriver and by installing a
portproxyrule we can circumvent this. This section explains how to do this:
sc config smb start= demandNOTE the space after the
portproxyrule to reroute TCP port 445 to a port of our choosing. For this tutorial, I choose 44445:
netsh interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenaddress=10.255.255.1 listenport=445 connectaddress=10.255.255.1 connectport=44445IMPORTANT NOTES:
listenaddressis the address of the Loopback adapter configured in the section earlier
connectaddressmust be identical to the
listenaddress=127.0.0.1does not work. Believe me, I've tried.
portproxyrule is persisent , so there should be no need to repeat this step after a reboot.
sc query smbThe SMB driver should be in the state Running.
portproxywas applied successfully by checking the open ports on the system. Type in the command console
netstat -an | find ":445 "You should see something like
TCP 10.255.255.1:445 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENINGIf you see '
0.0.0.0:445' instead then the 'portproxy' rule was not applied correctly.
login.nikhef.nl. Choose host login2.nikhef.nl and protocol SSH.
login2.nikhef.nland press OK.
login.nikhef.nland press OK.
smbdriver by typing
sc config smb start= autoNOTE the space after the
portproxyrule by typing
netsh interface portproxy delete v4tov4 listenaddress=10.255.255.1 listenport=445
Device Managerby typing
devmgmt.mscExpand the 'Network Adapters', right-click on Loopback adapter and select Uninstall.