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Expand All DsrAddressToSiteNamesExW (Opnum 37)

The DsrAddressToSiteNamesExW method<236> translates a list of socket addresses into their corresponding site names and subnet names. For details about the mapping from socket address to subnet/site name, see [MS-ADTS] sections and

 NET_API_STATUS DsrAddressToSiteNamesExW(
   [in, unique, string] LOGONSRV_HANDLE ComputerName,
   [in, range(0, 32000)] DWORD EntryCount,
   [in, size_is(EntryCount)] PNL_SOCKET_ADDRESS SocketAddresses,
   [out] PNL_SITE_NAME_EX_ARRAY* SiteNames

ComputerName: The custom RPC binding handle (section that represents the connection to a domain controller.

EntryCount: The number of socket addresses specified in SocketAddresses. The maximum value for EntryCount is 32000.<237>

SocketAddresses: An array of NL_SOCKET_ADDRESS structures (section that contains socket addresses to translate. The number of addresses specified MUST be equal to EntryCount.

SiteNames: A pointer to an NL_SITE_NAME_EX_ARRAY structure (section that contains an array of site names and an array of subnet names that correspond to socket addresses in SocketAddresses. The number of entries returned is equal to EntryCount. The fields of an entry are set to zero if the corresponding socket address does not map to any site, or if the address family of the socket address is not IPV4 or IPV6. The mapping of IP addresses to sites is specified in [MS-ADTS] section

Return Values: The method returns 0x00000000 on success; otherwise, it returns a nonzero error code.<238>

This method returns errors based on Common Error Processing Rule A, specified in section 3.

The server MUST return the site and subnet names that correspond to the SocketAddresses by using the method specified for IP address and site/subnet mapping ([MS-ADTS] section

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