SAMBA server - drop the insecure SMB v1, upgrade to v2+
The original SMB protocol (v1) has been deprecated for years, known to be very insecure (remember WannaCry?).
Current systems don't even support connecting to that by default. In Windows 10 - since v1709 - you'd have to manually activate the old "SMB 1.0/CIFS client" feature to access this picture frame. And that is a BAD idea to have it enabled on a regular basis (makes you vulnerable to all kinds of attacks when connecting to any OTHER samba servers).
My question is: do you even plan updating this (in firmware)? And when?
K Gardner commented
How do I get the upgrade to v2+? My frame still tells the computer it uses SMB v1 when trying to connect over the network.