[cifs-protocol] [REG:116102714860400] [MS-RPCE] epm_Map object uuid ignored?
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From: Andreas Schneider [mailto:asn at samba.org]
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Subject: [MS-RPCE] epm_Map object uuid ignored?
I would like some clarification about:
126.96.36.199.5 ept_map Method
The resulting method definition is specified as follows.
[in] handle_t hEpMapper,
[in, ptr] UUID* obj,
[in, ptr] twr_p_t map_tower,
[in, out] ept_lookup_handle_t* entry_handle,
[in, range(0,500)] unsigned long max_towers,
[out] unsigned long* num_towers,
[out, ptr, size_is(max_towers), length_is(*num_towers)]
[out] error_status* status
obj: Optionally specifies an object UUID. A value of NULL indicates that no object UUID is specified.
From our investigation, it looks like the obj is completely ignored in
Windows and this is not documented. The OpenGroup implementation checks if
it is a valid object id of a registered interface.
Could you please clarify in the docs if it is ignored and if not what is the difference to the OpenGroup implementation or specification.
Andreas Schneider GPG-ID: CC014E3D
Samba Team asn at samba.org
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