password change block for 3.0.14
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Apr 8 04:18:31 GMT 2005
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Luke Howard wrote:
| Also, before Windows issues a password change RPC, it makes a SAM
| RPC to retrieve the password policy; this determines which RPC is
| subsequently used to change the user's password.
Yup. The SamrGetDomPWInfo() call. I checked and we return
the Same thing as NT4 here. After chewing up the extra
context id's, the NTLMSSP AUTH negotiation in the rpc bind
succeeds and the user pw change via CTL+ALT+DEL works.
I'm know I'm being lazy here but anyone want to give me a
hint what multiple context id's on an rpc bind would be used for
in dce/rpc ? A Windows NT 4.0 DC includes response to both
transfer syntaxes defined by the 2 context id's in the bind.
We're only replying to the first right now.
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