smfrench at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 12:42:00 MDT 2015
In looking at MS test cases, there are a few interesting ones which
don't execute because we can't support restricting leases/oplocks (to
read-only instead or read-write) in smb.conf for a share and reporting
it in the share flags. Seems easy enough to report it (as we do for
the 3 CSC flags) strictly based on a parm in smb.conf - but it would
be harder to actually tie it to policy in the smb2 leases/oplock code.
This flag was introduced to the protocol in Windows 2012 apparently.
The server will not issue exclusive caching rights on this share.
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