My apologies if the question is a bit trivial, but I am new to OS X and Mac ecosystem.
In order to be compliant with best practices at work, I have been requested to disable SMB1 protocol client side. The SMB protocol itself is pretty important for our group's workflow since we use it to connect to a shared drive where all of long-term storage and shared files.
The issue is that with that regards, Google was of no help to me - whereas I found instructions to disable SMB altogether, there is nothing relative to SMB1 specifically.
Is this due to the fact that OSX has no support for SMB1 and never had (migrating directly to SMB2/3 from AFP)? If not, what are the steps to follow to disable SMB1 specifically on a client machine?
Some more information: MacOS in question is a Sierra 10.12.3