When was 'session setup' introduced? (propose to change server-side min protocol to match)
Christopher R. Hertel
crh at samba.org
Tue May 29 20:24:26 MDT 2012
SessionSetupAndX was introduced in LAN Manager v1.0, the first OS/2 version
of the protocol. The Core Protocol does not support SessionSetupAndX. See:
You do realize that this is the first time ever that we will have disabled
support for a dialect. ...and that Windows servers still support this dialect.
Also, the ProcessExit was declared Obsolete with the first LAN Manager
dialect. See: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee441561
This is significant, because ProcessExit works on the assumption that FIDs
are owned by the processes (identified by the PID) that opened them. That
assumption was dropped with LAN Manager 1.0. Under LAN Manager, open FIDs
could be shared between processes within the same session.
On 05/29/2012 09:04 PM, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> I realised that one last aspect of the move to require a session setup
> (remove security=share) is that we should move our server-side min
> protocol to match the first revision of the protocol to have
> I know I could find this out, but you almost certainly know off the top
> of your head. As we require SessionSetupAndX, Which protocol revision
> should the new minimum now be?
> Andrew Bartlett
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