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This ["SMB2/Ioctl"] function will delete the object id for the specified ["SMB2/FID"] This [[SMB2/Ioctl]] function will delete the object id for the specified [[SMB2/FID]]
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["SMB2/Ioctl/Function"] Device == FILE_DEVICE_FILE_SYSTEM [[SMB2/Ioctl/Function]] Device == FILE_DEVICE_FILE_SYSTEM
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["SMB2/Ioctl/Function"] Access == FILE_WRITE_ACCESS [[SMB2/Ioctl/Function]] Access == FILE_WRITE_ACCESS
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["SMB2/Ioctl/Function"] Function == 0x0028 [[SMB2/Ioctl/Function]] Function == 0x0028
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["SMB2/Ioctl/Function"] Method == METHOD_BUFFERED [[SMB2/Ioctl/Function]] Method == METHOD_BUFFERED

FSCTL_DELETE_OBJECT_ID

0x000980A0

This SMB2/Ioctl function will delete the object id for the specified SMB2/FID

Device

SMB2/Ioctl/Function Device == FILE_DEVICE_FILE_SYSTEM

Access

SMB2/Ioctl/Function Access == FILE_WRITE_ACCESS

Function

SMB2/Ioctl/Function Function == 0x0028

Method

SMB2/Ioctl/Function Method == METHOD_BUFFERED

In Data

There is no in data

Out Data

There is no out data

Discussion

SMB2/Ioctl/Function/FILE_DEVICE_FILE_SYSTEM/FSCTL_DELETE_OBJECT_ID (last edited 2008-04-12 17:50:20 by localhost)