The structures specified in this document have no transport requirements of their own. Instead, they are packaged and transported in accordance with the protocol that makes use of them, such as the Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol, as specified in [MS-SMB]. A server receiving one of these structures passes the structure to an implementation-defined function that performs the indicated operation on a file, a file system, or a volume.
The following sections specify how File System Control Codes messages are encapsulated on the wire and common File System Control Codes data types.
This document references commonly used data types as defined in [MS-DTYP].
Unless otherwise qualified, instances of GUID in this section refer to [MS-DTYP] section 2.3.2.