[cifs-protocol] When will clients/applications do a smb2 session reauth
Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
metze at samba.org
Fri Apr 27 05:35:22 MDT 2012
with SMB 2.1 (and higher) it's possible to do a session
getting a STATUS_NETWORK_SESSION_EXPIRED. With SMB 2.0
In what situations do clients do a (pro active) reauthentication without
STATUS_NETWORK_SESSION_EXPIRED from the server?
"126.96.36.199.3.1 Application Requests Reauthenticating a User"
is the related section in [MS-SMB2].
What layers in the client use this feature?
How can I trigger this?
Is the reauthentication only used with the same user account
or also to switch a session to a different user (which is possible)?
BTW: is there a reason why <dochelp at winse.microsoft.com> doesn't work
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