svn commit: samba r11868 - in
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Thu Nov 24 06:11:03 GMT 2005
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Andrew Bartlett writes:
> You do a network, rather than an interactive samlogon. I would also
Ok, I think I can live with that.... It's the logon_level parameter?
> like it if the 'auth2' code was a generic composite function, tied into
> the rpc bind (like the old sync code was). But I understand that
> getting the matching layering with the XP login makes this difficult.
In particular as the EPM stuff is not async yet. I'm not after matching 100%
of the packets (this machine uses read/write instead of trans calls for RPC),
I'm after putting as realistic RPC load on the PDC as possible. If this means
using slightly different calls I'm fine.
> Oh, and we both know it needs comments. :-)
To be honest, what is the point of putting
Receive an schannel'ed netlogon bind
static void xp_login_recv_schannel(struct composite_context *creq)
right before that routine? It might sound lazy and probably is, but I think as
the individual steps are more like descriptive goto targets these days I don't
really see the point in these one-liners.
What I fully agree to is a comment on the "big" picture of the operations this
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