[cifs-protocol] Send oplock breaks unencrypted, as lease breaks are sent plain?
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Tue Oct 6 14:35:36 UTC 2015
Testing leases and oplocks against Windows 8 over encrypted smb3 I
see that I get lease breaks in plain text, unencrypted, but oplock
breaks are sent encrypted by Windows 8. Samba does the same, however a
Windows 8 client seems very unhappy with our unencrypted oplock breaks,
it just seems not to respect them. If we modify Samba to send oplock
breaks unencrypted, Windows 8 client is happily downgrading the oplock,
everything is fine.
Where in the documentation can I find what is correct? And, where is
the bug? Client or server?
If required, I can provide network traces.
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