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2.2.4.16 SMB_COM_CREATE_NEW (0x0F)

This is an original Core Protocol command. This command is deprecated. Implementations SHOULD use SMB_COM_NT_CREATE_ANDX.

This command is used to create a new file. It MUST NOT truncate or overwrite an existing file. If a file with the requested pathname already exits, the command MUST fail. This command MUST NOT be used to create directories or named pipes.

The request message includes the pathname of the file relative to the supplied TID that the client requests to create. If the command is successful, the server response MUST include a valid FID. The client MUST supply the FID in subsequent operations on the file, such as read, write, lock, unlock, and close. The client MUST have write permission on the file's parent directory in order to create a new file. The client's access permissions on a newly created file MUST be read/write. The file is opened in read/write/compatibility mode. Server support of the client-supplied CreationTime(see section 2.2.4.16.1) is optional.

 
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