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2.2.1.1 Folder ID Structure

A Folder ID structure uniquely identifies a folder in the context of a logon to a Store object. The Folder ID structure is used in the context of a ROP, such as the RopOpenFolder ROP ([MS-OXCROPS] section 2.2.4.1), where the Store object context is already established. It is an 8-byte structure.

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ReplicaId

GlobalCounter

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ReplicaId (2 bytes): An unsigned integer identifying a Store object.

GlobalCounter (6 bytes): An unsigned integer identifying the folder within its Store object.

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