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2.2.1 Common Conventions

Unless otherwise specified, all strings in this protocol are null-terminated strings of UTF-16, as specified in [UNICODE] characters. Backslashes (\) in string descriptions are literal characters.

Constructs of the form "<value>" in strings are placeholders to be replaced with client-specified or server-specified values. For example, the string description "\\<servername>\<share>" would take the form "\\myserver\myshare" when populated with the values "myserver" for the <servername> placeholder and "myshare" for the <share> placeholder.

A number of string formats are common to many of the data types and methods in this protocol. To avoid repetition, this section describes the specific formats.

 
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