2.2.14.1 SMB2_FILEID

The SMB2 FILEID is used to represent an open to a file.


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Persistent

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Persistent (8 bytes): A file handle that remains persistent when an open is reconnected after being lost on a disconnect, as specified in section 3.3.5.9.7. The server MUST return this file handle as part of an SMB2 CREATE Response (section 2.2.14).

Volatile (8 bytes): A file handle that can be changed when an open is reconnected after being lost on a disconnect, as specified in section 3.3.5.9.7. The server MUST return this file handle as part of an SMB2 CREATE Response (section 2.2.14). This value MUST NOT change unless a reconnection is performed. This value MUST be unique for all volatile handles within the scope of a session.

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