rpcclient / srvmgr.exe
glauche at plum.de
Tue Aug 17 20:47:50 GMT 1999
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> > srvconnections 1
> > Connection Info Level 1:
> > id : 0
> > type : Disk
> > num_opens: 1
> > num_users: 1
> > open_time: 30
> > user name: dummy_user
> > net name: tmp
> > id : on nt side this is some kind of auto-increment variable, that
> > increases per connection. Any hints where I can get such a number ?
> ok, you'll have to create one. the "enumerate" function that reads
> STATUS..LCK? give it a starting index, and have it "skip" that number of
> entries, and start from there.
Could that not be easier implemented in the smbd connect code ?
> > And NT srvmgr seems to ignore
> > my open_time .. :( (it is allways set to 00:00 !?!?)
> > Another problem is, that in srvmgr I see all connections on each share,
> > i.e. if there is some user connected to tmp, the user count in IPC$ will
> > also go up. How does srvmgr compute these ?
> srvmgr isn't doing _any_ counting at all, it's calling MSDN functions that
> report information from a remote machine. that's the way _all_ of these
> NT remote admin tools work.
> > I did not see any rpcclient command to tell how many open files a
> > share has ?
> there isn't one: there is no such MSDN call to do this that neither srvmgr
> calls nor rpcclient can equivalent-call. there _is_ however a srvfiles
> command which is NetFileEnum() in srvmgr / MSDN.
Hmm .. still have that problem, that srvmgr displays strange values,
rpclient values are quite sane. I did test a NT ws with rpcclient, and
tried to match the output of rpcserver the same, but with no success on
Those MSDN functions call the rpc calls, right ?
(So, my main problem is still : are my generated values sane ? with no
reference data, I only have rpcclient to a NT ws, and srvmgr.exe. Any
other ways to validate my results ?
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