thanks for your binding handle work!

Stefan (metze) Metzmacher metze at
Fri Sep 17 03:02:20 MDT 2010

Hi Tridge,

> Andrew and I just wanted to say a big thank you for your recent RPC
> binding handle work. We just realised today that we could use it to
> allow us to make arbitrary IRPC calls in python. We now have the
> DsrUpdateReadOnlyServerDnsRecords() netlogon call working in a python
> script like this:
>  - python calls a IRPC call to winbind_server irpc server
>  - winbind does the credential chaining, and forwards the call to the DC
>  - the reply comes back, and winbind sends the reply on to python
>  - python gets the response
> being able to make IRPC calls from python is _really_ useful. Thanks!

Yes, that was still on my todo list, see:
"let python bindings explicitly use the dcerpc_binding_handle abstraction"


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