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Is Adobe Campaign affected by the SMBv1 protocol on Windows Servers?

PoonamBhardwaj
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As SMBv1 is highly vulnerable for attacks, we need to disable this from our servers but our adobe marketing environment lies on these servers [where SMBv1 is going to be disabled]. Are there any possible affects on adobe servers [web and app] once SMBv1 will be disabled ?? Any related information will also be very helpful.

Thanks in advance!

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David__Garcia
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ACC does not rely on SMB that I know of, obviously if you would like a more official answer you need to raise a ticket to Adobe TechOps.

 

Also, if there was any ACC feature making use of SMB; it would've been updated/patched long ago and mentioned in the release notes as SMBv1 was deprecated in 2013.

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/release-notes/latest-release.html?lan...

 

For peace of mind, I suggest to start with disabling it on your staging environments.

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David__Garcia
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Employee
Employee

ACC does not rely on SMB that I know of, obviously if you would like a more official answer you need to raise a ticket to Adobe TechOps.

 

Also, if there was any ACC feature making use of SMB; it would've been updated/patched long ago and mentioned in the release notes as SMBv1 was deprecated in 2013.

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/release-notes/latest-release.html?lan...

 

For peace of mind, I suggest to start with disabling it on your staging environments.