FWD: Some compilation warnings

Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton lkcl at samba-tng.org
Wed Jun 20 15:12:05 GMT 2001

> So in our case, _samr_get_user_info() is called, with
> infolevel 0xsomething, it doesn't know about it... how does
> it tell the dce/rpc-rt, that it wants to respond with a
> fault pdu? It can't... that's the part, I don't understand.
> And the more interesting question: How do I code this with
> midl?

as i explained in jerry's reply, i think it's related
to the encryption info.  that's where i believe the
fault pdu is being generated from, which is embedded
in the marshalling / unmarshalling code [the decoding].

and _that's_ why a fault pdu is returned, 'cos it don't
even get to the srv_samrd.c code [which would be
where an INVALID_INFO_LEVEL error would be returned
_if_ it got there], it's rejected in the parse_samr.c code


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