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7 Index

7 Index

A

Applicability

C

Change tracking

Common data types and fields

Compound file directory entry

Compound_File_DIFAT_Sectors packet

Compound_File_Directory_Entry packet

Compound_File_FAT_Sectors packet

Compound_File_Header packet

Compound_File_Mini_FAT_Sectors packet

Corruption

D

Data types and fields - common

Details

   common data types and fields

DIFAT sectors

Directory sectors

   compound file directory entry

   other directory entries

   overview

   red-black tree

   root directory entry

E

Examples

   header

   overview

   sector #0 - FAT sector

   Sector #0: FAT Sector

   sector #1 - directory sector

   Sector #1: Directory Sector

   sector #2 - MiniFAT sector

   Sector #2: MiniFAT Sector

   sector #3 - mini stream sector

   Sector #3: Mini Stream Sector

   The Header

F

FAT sectors

Fields - vendor-extensible

File security

G

Glossary

H

Header (section 2.2, section 3.1)

I

Informative references

Introduction

L

Localization

M

Mini FAT sectors

N

Normative references

O

Overview

Overview (synopsis)

P

Product behavior

R

Range-lock sector

Red-black tree

References

   informative

   normative

Relationship to protocols and other structures

Root directory entry

S

Sector #0 - FAT sector

Sector #0: FAT Sector example

Sector #1 - directory sector

Sector #1: Directory Sector example

Sector #2 - MiniFAT sector

Sector #2: MiniFAT Sector example

Sector #3 - mini stream sector

Sector #3: Mini Stream Sector example

Sector numbers and types

Security

   file security

   unallocated ranges

   validation and corruption

Security considerations

   file security

   validation and corruption

Size limits

Structures

   overview

T

The Header example

Tracking changes

U

User-defined data sectors

V

Validation

Vendor-extensible fields

Versioning

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