Does this also happen with Ubuntu Disco? I checked upstream and there
were no other changes following this one in that file:

commit 6c8bc39f570ea82cf14e83ce7d1dbdbe569d09d1
Author: Ondrej Holy <>
Date:   Wed Sep 12 15:28:51 2018 +0200

    smbbrowse: Force NT1 protocol version for workgroup support
    "Windows Network" doesn't work with recent samba versions, because
    "client max protocol" has been changed from NT1 to SMB3 recently.
    NT1 is mandatory for workgroup support. Let's force NT1 using the
    newly added smbc_setOptionProtocols API if available. But force this
    only when neither hostname, nor IP address is used. This among others
    prevents complete breakage if NT1 is disabled on server. Use GResolver
    to implement this heuristic.

In the SRU test, smbstatus does show some NT1 connections, but in the end the 
share connection is using SMB3.11, which is what we want.

Since the machine now shows up, and it wasn't before, this may warrant a
new separate bug.

** Bug watch added: #780958

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