3.1.4 Message Processing Events and Sequencing Rules

This section specifies the methods for this protocol, in addition to their processing rules.<21><22>

This protocol contains some methods with parameters that have no effect on message processing in any environment. These are called out as "ignored".

Note This protocol shares an interface with the Local Security Authority (Domain Policy) Remote Protocol, as specified in [MS-LSAD].

Methods in RPC Opnum Order

Method

Description

LsarClose

Frees the resources held by a context handle.

Opnum: 0

Opnum1NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 1

Lsar_LSA_DP_2

Opnum: 2

Lsar_LSA_DP_3

Opnum: 3

Lsar_LSA_DP_4

Opnum: 4

Opnum5NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 5

LsarOpenPolicy

Opens a context handle to the RPC server.

Opnum: 6

Lsar_LSA_DP_7

Opnum: 7

Lsar_LSA_DP_8

Opnum: 8

Opnum9NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 9

Lsar_LSA_DP_10

Opnum: 10

Lsar_LSA_DP_11

Opnum: 11

Lsar_LSA_DP_12

Opnum: 12

Lsar_LSA_DP_13

Opnum: 13

LsarLookupNames

Translates a batch of security principal names. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 14

LsarLookupSids

Translates a batch of security principal SIDs. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 15

Lsar_LSA_DP_16

Opnum: 16

Lsar_LSA_DP_17

Opnum: 17

Lsar_LSA_DP_18

Opnum: 18

Lsar_LSA_DP_19

Opnum: 19

Lsar_LSA_DP_20

Opnum: 20

Opnum21NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 21

Opnum22NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 22

Lsar_LSA_DP_23

Opnum: 23

Lsar_LSA_DP_24

Opnum: 24

Lsar_LSA_DP_25

Opnum: 25

Lsar_LSA_DP_26

Opnum: 26

Lsar_LSA_DP_27

Opnum: 27

Lsar_LSA_DP_28

Opnum: 28

Lsar_LSA_DP_29

Opnum: 29

Lsar_LSA_DP_30

Opnum: 30

Lsar_LSA_DP_31

Opnum: 31

Lsar_LSA_DP_32

Opnum: 32

Lsar_LSA_DP_33

Opnum: 33

Lsar_LSA_DP_34

Opnum: 34

Lsar_LSA_DP_35

Opnum: 35

Lsar_LSA_DP_36

Opnum: 36

Lsar_LSA_DP_37

Opnum: 37

Lsar_LSA_DP_38

Opnum: 38

Lsar_LSA_DP_39

Opnum: 39

Lsar_LSA_DP_40

Opnum: 40

Lsar_LSA_DP_41

Opnum: 41

Lsar_LSA_DP_42

Opnum: 42

Lsar_LSA_DP_43

Opnum: 43

LsarOpenPolicy2

Opens a context handle to the RPC server.

Opnum: 44

LsarGetUserName

Returns the name and the domain name of a security principal.

Opnum: 45

Lsar_LSA_DP_46

Opnum: 46

Lsar_LSA_DP_47

Opnum: 47

Lsar_LSA_DP_48

Opnum: 48

Lsar_LSA_DP_49

Opnum: 49

Lsar_LSA_DP_50

Opnum: 50

Lsar_LSA_DP_51

Opnum: 51

Opnum52NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 52

Lsar_LSA_DP_53

Opnum: 53

Lsar_LSA_DP_54

Opnum: 54

Lsar_LSA_DP_55

Opnum: 55

Opnum56NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 56

LsarLookupSids2

Translates a batch of security principal SIDs. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 57

LsarLookupNames2

Translates a batch of security principal names. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 58

Lsar_LSA_DP_59

Opnum: 59

Opnum60NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 60

Opnum61NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 61

Opnum62NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 62

Opnum63NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 63

Opnum64NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 64

Opnum65NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 65

Opnum66NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 66

Opnum67NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 67

LsarLookupNames3

Translates a batch of security principal names. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 68

Opnum69NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 69

Opnum70NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 70

Opnum71NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 71

Opnum72NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 72

Lsar_LSA_DP_73

Opnum: 73

Lsar_LSA_DP_74

Opnum: 74

Opnum75NotUsedOnWire

Opnum: 75

LsarLookupSids3

Translates a batch of security principal SIDs. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 76

LsarLookupNames4

Translates a batch of security principal names. For information on selecting which version to use, see section 3.

Opnum: 77

Note Gaps in the opnum numbering sequence represent opnums of methods that are documented in [MS-LSAD], or opnums that MUST NOT<23> be used over the wire.

No exceptions SHOULD be thrown beyond those thrown by the underlying RPC protocol [MS-RPCE].

The return values of all methods MUST conform to the specification of NTSTATUS, as specified in [MS-ERREF] section 2.3. Specific return values for normative processing conditions are specified in this document in the subsections of this section.

Unless otherwise specified, all negative values returned by an implementation are treated equivalently by the client as a message processing error. Unless otherwise specified, all non-negative values returned by an implementation are treated equivalently by the client as a success (of message processing).

Return values for implementation-specific conditions are left to the implementer's discretion, subject to the constraints specified in [MS-ERREF]. For example, an implementation can re-use an existing value in [MS-ERREF], such as 0xC0000017 (no memory).

The RPC methods shown in the following sections are organized in the following order:

  • Methods that allow a client to open and close a connection.

  • Methods that translate given names to SIDs.

  • Methods that translate SIDs to names.

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