Re: New XP SP2 flag constants for RpcServerRegisterIf2
From: Mayank Kedia (mayank.kedia_at_gmail.com)
Date: 15 Sep 2004 04:00:21 -0700
All our DCOM applications rely on callbacks from the server to the
with the onset of XP SP2, all these have started to fail as SP2
callbacks with the credentials of 'ANONYMOUS LOGON'.
Looks like we will have to use the same flag -
RPC_IF_ALLOW_CALLBACKS_WITH_NO_AUTH to solve our miseries. But I have
no clue as
to how to go about using this. Can anyone please explain in brief the
I will have to use in this case.
Thanks a lot.
"Walter Poupore [MS]" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<34FF03D5-B710-4FFD-9D85-6CF3C761C04F@microsoft.com>...
> The RC SDK candidate you're downloading should have the constant defined. If
> not, here is the value:
> #define RPC_IF_ALLOW_CALLBACKS_WITH_NO_AUTH 0x0010
> Walter Poupore [MS]
> "Matthew Bernstein" wrote:
> > Matthew Bernstein wrote:
> > > I've found (I hope) the relevant change, a new flag in SP2:
> > >
> > > RPC_IF_ALLOW_CALLBACKS_WITH_NO_AUTH
> > >
> > > ..but nowhere can I see what the value of this constant is, and the
> > > platform SDK appears not to have updated since Feb 2003.
> > Have found a Release Candidate of the XP SP2 SDK stuff, so will try there:
> > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=9BE921B3-585E-47D9-BCC1-980879B69B34&displaylang=en