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2.2.1.3.13 NETLOGON_SECURE_CHANNEL_TYPE

The NETLOGON_SECURE_CHANNEL_TYPE enumeration specifies the type of secure channel to use in a logon transaction.

typedef  enum _NETLOGON_SECURE_CHANNEL_TYPE
{
  NullSecureChannel = 0,
  MsvApSecureChannel = 1,
  WorkstationSecureChannel = 2,
  TrustedDnsDomainSecureChannel = 3,
  TrustedDomainSecureChannel = 4,
  UasServerSecureChannel = 5,
  ServerSecureChannel = 6,
  CdcServerSecureChannel = 7
} NETLOGON_SECURE_CHANNEL_TYPE;

NullSecureChannel: An unauthenticated channel type. This value MUST NOT be used in the Netlogon RPC calls between a client and a remote server. The error code STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER SHOULD be returned.

MsvApSecureChannel: A secure channel between the local Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) security provider and the Netlogon server. The client and the server are the same machine for this channel type. This value MUST NOT be used in the Netlogon RPC calls between a client and a remote server. The error code STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER SHOULD be returned.

WorkstationSecureChannel: A secure channel from a domain member to a domain controller (DC).

TrustedDnsDomainSecureChannel: A secure channel between two DCs, connected through a trust relationship created between two Active Directorydomains. A trusted domain object (TDO) is used in this type of channel.

TrustedDomainSecureChannel: A secure channel between two DCs, connected through a trust relationship created between two domains, one or both of which is a Windows NT 4.0 domain.

UasServerSecureChannel: Secure channel from a LAN Manager server to a domain controller. This value is no longer supported, and it MUST NOT be used in the Netlogon RPC calls between a client and a remote server. The error code STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER SHOULD be returned.

ServerSecureChannel: A secure channel from a backup domain controller to a primary domain controller.

CdcServerSecureChannel: Secure channel from a read-only domain controller (RODC)<28> to a domain controller.<29>

 
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