Can anyone confirm or deny if Microsoft ever fixed the problem with opportunistic locking/SMB2/SMB3 that made it necessary to apply a registry hack to the server and/or workstations to prevent table and index corruption with VFP and other file-server databases? In other words, are those of you who support multi-user VFP apps still finding it necessary to apply those registry hacks, or should that no longer be necessary?
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