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[MS-COPYS]: Copy Web Service Protocol

Specifies the Copy Web Service Protocol, which is used to copy files, including file metadata such as creation date and author, to one or more locations on a single protocol server or between different protocol servers.

[MS-DWSS]: Document Workspace Web Service Protocol

Specifies the Document Workspace Web Service Protocol. This protocol is used to create, edit, and delete workspaces and folders for a SharePoint site configured as a Document Workspace.

[MS-FORMS]: Forms Service Protocol

Specifies the Forms Service protocol. This protocol enables a client to get a list of forms from a protocol server and to get individual forms from that list.

[MS-FSSHTTP]: File Synchronization via SOAP over HTTP Protocol

Specifies the File Synchronization via SOAP over HTTP Protocol, which enables one or more protocol clients to synchronize changes done on shared files stored on a server.

[MS-FSSHTTPB]: Binary Requests for File Synchronization via SOAP Protocol

Specifies the Binary Requests for File Synchronization via SOAP Protocol, which enables protocol clients to synchronize the state of a structured file hosted by a protocol server.

[MS-FSSHTTPD]: Binary Data Format for File Synchronization via SOAP

Specifies the MS-FSSHTTP schema for representing file data. This schema represents a traditional file, which is an array of bytes, efficiently in the MS-FSSHTTP storage model. A typical scenario for this schema is a client or server application transmitting a traditional file to or from an MS-FSSHTTP protocol server.

[MS-LISTSWS]: Lists Web Service Protocol

Specifies the Lists Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to perform tasks related to list-based content on a protocol server.

[MS-OFBA]: Office Forms Based Authentication Protocol

Specifies the Office Forms Based Authentication Protocol, which enables HTTP-based, forms authentication when other authentication mechanisms are not available.

[MS-ONESTORE]: OneNote Revision Store File Format

Specifies the OneNote Revision Store File Format (.one and .onetoc2). This file format is a collection of structures that specify a revision store organized into cross-referenced object spaces, containing objects with property sets, and containing a transaction log to ensure file integrity across asynchronous writes.

[MS-SHDACCWS]: Shared Access Web Service Protocol

Specifies the interface of the Shared Access Web Service protocol that is used for determining whether a document is being co-authored.

[MS-WDVMODUU]: Office Document Update Utility Extensions

Specifies the Office Document Update Utility Extensions, which is an extended protocol for synchronization management between a WebDAV client and a Document Workspace site on a WebDAV server.

[MS-WEBSS]: Webs Web Service Protocol

Specifies the Webs Web Service Protocol, which provides methods for modifying SharePoint sites in the site collection.

[MS-WSSCAML]: Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML) Structure

Specifies the Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML) Structure, which are XML-based formats for queries, lists, and content types in Windows SharePoint Services, as used by other protocols.

[MS-WSSCAP]: Windows SharePoint Services Collaborative Application Protocol

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services Collaborative Application Protocol, which is the communication between the client and front-end Web server to get and manipulate lists, list views, and Web discussions on the server. This protocol allows the client to manage the schema and properties of the lists, create, and modify fields, and render list views. This protocol also allows for retrieving the schemas of sites on the server.

[MS-WSSHP]: HTTP Windows SharePoint Services Headers Protocol

Specifies the HTTP Windows SharePoint Services Headers Protocol, which extends the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) mechanisms to include new headers and messages that enable previously undefined behaviors, such as authenticating client connections, communicating error conditions, sending complex data, and interacting with information rights management systems, antivirus systems, and crawlers.

[MS-WSSREST]: ListData Data Service Protocol

Specifies the ListData Data Service Protocol, which specifies extensions to the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) and the Open Data Protocol (OData). The extensions specified in this document enable applications to expose list data, using common web technologies, as a data service that can be consumed by clients within corporate networks and across the Internet.



[MS-DNSP-Preview]: Domain Name Service (DNS) Server Management Protocol

Specifies the Domain Name System (DNS) Server Management Protocol, which defines the RPC interfaces that provide methods for remotely accessing and administering a DNS server. The DNS Server Management Protocol is a client/server protocol that is used to remotely query, monitor, and configure DNS server settings, its zones, and resource records. The protocol allows a client to access DNS server settings and properties and also to enumerate all DNS data stored on the server (DNS zones and DNS records).

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