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2.2.16 SMB2 CLOSE Response

The SMB2 CLOSE Response packet is sent by the server to indicate that an SMB2 CLOSE Request was processed successfully. This response is composed of an SMB2 header, as specified in section 2.2.1, followed by this response structure:

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StructureSize (2 bytes): The server MUST set this field to 60, indicating the size of the response structure, not including the header.

Flags (2 bytes): A Flags field indicates how to process the operation. This field MUST be either zero or the following value:

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SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB

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If set, the client MUST use the attribute fields in the response. If not set, the client MUST NOT use the attribute fields that are returned in the response.

Reserved (4 bytes): This field MUST NOT be used and MUST be reserved. The server MUST set this to 0, and the client MUST ignore it on receipt.

CreationTime (8 bytes): The time when the file was created; in FILETIME format as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.3.3. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, the field SHOULD be set to zero and MUST NOT be checked on receipt.

LastAccessTime (8 bytes): The time when the file was last accessed; in FILETIME format as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.3.3. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero.

LastWriteTime (8 bytes): The time when data was last written to the file; in FILETIME format as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.3.3. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero.

ChangeTime (8 bytes): The time when the file was last modified; in FILETIME format as specified in [MS-DTYP] section 2.3.3. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero.

AllocationSize (8 bytes): The size, in bytes, of the data that is allocated to the file. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero.

EndofFile (8 bytes): The size, in bytes, of the file. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero.

FileAttributes (4 bytes): The attributes of the file. If the SMB2_CLOSE_FLAG_POSTQUERY_ATTRIB flag in the SMB2 CLOSE Request was set, this field MUST be set to the value that is returned by the attribute query. If the flag is not set, this field MUST be set to zero. For more information about valid flags, see [MS-FSCC] section 2.6.

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