SMB1 is disabled on the server/NAS end. And I'm using the out of the box
experience for Ubuntu 23.04. The UX of this whole situation is
effectively broken. And while I know that I can just "killall gvfsd-smb-
browse" to trigger it to restart, that's not the whole point of why this
needs to be fixed.

This needs to be fixed, yes, because of the security aspect. But
primarily because a user shouldn't have to worry about having to kill
gvfsd-smb-browse just to reach an SMB network share using an actually
secure protocol version.

So again, what's the hold-up here? SMB1 is off, and has been for years.

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  gvfs can't list shares from smb servers that disabled SMB1

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