NT status/error codes instead of DOS error codes - bug 3.0.0
Michael B Allen
mba2000 at ioplex.com
Mon Dec 1 20:09:32 GMT 2003
>> 1) With NT 4.0, a redundant negotiate with Flags2 NTSTATUS32 on returns
>> with Flags2 NTSTATUS32 on but with a dos errorcode ERRSVR/ERRerror
>> is what you would get had DOS error codes been requested).
> What do you mean by a "redundant negotiate"? A second NegProt on the same
> connection? Curious... I didn't know that you could get away with doing
Of course you can. *Why* you would want to I don't know.
>> 2) With NT 4.0, with an STATUS_DFS_PATH_NOT_COVERED condition, if DOS
>> error codes were negotiated, an ERRSRV/ERRreserved is returned which
>> as I can tell works just fine for triggering DFS referrals from a wide
>> variety of operations.
> Urq. I don't see ERRreserved in the list at the back of the SNIA doc.
> What number is it?
Oh, maybe I got the "reserved" from Ethereal. The specific error code is
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