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Microsoft PC Productivity Applications Protocols Documentation

 

Microsoft PC Productivity Applications Protocol Documentation includes protocols that are implemented in Microsoft Office and are used to communicate with Microsoft server software products. Documentation for some of the protocols implemented in Microsoft Office that are used to communicate with Microsoft SharePoint products and technologies may be found in the SharePoint Protocol Documentation set. In addition, documentation for some of the protocols (including specific standards-based protocols) implemented in Microsoft Outlook that are used to communicate with Exchange Server may be found in the Exchange-Outlook Protocol Documentation or Standards Documentation sets.

Overview and Reference Materials

Overview

SpecificationDescription
[MS-GRVPROT]: Groove Protocols OverviewDescribes the intended functionality of the Microsoft Groove and Microsoft SharePoint Workspace system, which is a software system that is designed to facilitate Internet-based collaboration. Where appropriate, this overview also describes the relationships between protocols and provides example scenarios to show how they are used.
[MS-OCPROTO]: Office Client Protocols OverviewDescribes the protocols that are used by Microsoft Office client applications. This overview discusses protocols that are shared by all of the client applications in Microsoft Office, and those protocols that are used by only specific Office applications to communicate with server applications. Where appropriate, this overview describes the relationships between protocols and provides example scenarios to show how they are used.
[MS-OCSPROT]: Lync and Lync Server Protocols OverviewDescribes the Lync Protocols, which are the protocols implemented by Microsoft Lync Server (formerly known as Microsoft Office Communicator Server) to communicate with Microsoft Lync (formerly known as Microsoft Office Communicator). Where appropriate, this overview describes the relationships between protocols and provides example scenarios to show how they are used.

Reference

SpecificationDescription
[MS-MCI]: Microsoft ZIP (MSZIP) Compression and Decompression Data StructureSpecifies the MSZIP compressed data format, which is used for the encoding and decoding of MSZIP compressed data in cabinet files.
[MS-OFCGLOS]: Microsoft Office Master GlossarySpecifies the Microsoft Office Master Glossary, which provides definitions for terms that are used in the Microsoft Office interoperability documentation.
[MS-OFREF]: Microsoft Office Master ReferenceSpecifies the Microsoft Office Master Reference, which provides the normative and informative references used in the Microsoft Office interoperability documentation.
[MS-OXPROPS]: Exchange Server Protocols Master Property ListSpecifies all properties used for communication between clients and servers, provides summary information about each property, and provides links to the documents in which the property value ranges and semantics are specified.
[MS-OXREF]: Exchange Server Protocols Master ReferenceProvides a list of the references that are included in the Exchange Server protocols documentation set.

Technical Specifications

SpecificationDescription
[MS-AADT]: Access Application Design Time Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Access Application Design Time Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to create, modify and delete objects in an application on the protocol server. A typical scenario for this protocol is a client application that allows a user to create a table and related forms that are stored on the protocol server.
[MS-ABS]: Address Book Server Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Address Book File Format, which are files that are produced daily by the Address Book server and accessed by clients to get information about users and groups stored in Active Directory directory services.
[MS-ACCDT]: Access Template File FormatSpecifies the Access Template File Format, which is a collection of structures used to define a database application including schemas for storing data, the data to be stored, layout descriptions for views of the data, actions controlling workflow, and metadata describing the database application as a whole.
[MS-ADR]: Access Services Data Run Time Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Access Services Data Run Time Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to read and write data that is stored by the protocol server.
[MS-ALERTSS]: Alerts Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Alerts Service Protocol, which allows the remote enumeration and management of alerts on a server running Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Service Pack 1 (SP1). This protocol specifies how to list and delete alert subscriptions, but does not specify how to create or edit alert subscriptions.
[MS-ART]: Access Run Time Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Access Run Time Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to read and write data that is stored by the protocol server.
[MS-ASDT]: Access Server Design Time Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Access Server Design Time Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to create, modify and delete applications that are stored on the protocol server.
[MS-ASUR-Preview]: Analysis Services Usage ReportingThe Analysis Services Usage Reporting protocol specifies a method by which a client application, that gathers Analysis Services models from a host server and then loads them onto other servers that are running Analysis Services, can report back to that host server with the details about how those models are being used and the resources those models consume on the other servers.
[MS-ASWS]: Access Services Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Access Services Protocol, which enables a protocol client to run and monitor tasks on a server application.
[MS-AVEDGEA]: Audio Video Edge Authentication Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Audio Video Edge Authentication Protocol, which is used by clients to request and retrieve security tokens from Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1 to access Audio/Video Edge Server.
[MS-AXL]: Access Application Transfer Data Structure(s)Specifies the Access Application Transfer Data Structure(s), which is a collection of Web services used by Access to communicate with a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 installation that has the Access Services feature enabled. This protocol specifies the file format for the representation of a database application, and can include structures for layout descriptions of views of data, actions to control workflow, the combining, filtering and ordering of data, and metadata to describe the database application as a whole.
[MS-AXL2]: Access Application Transfer Data Structure(s) Version 2Specifies a revision of ([MS-AXL]), specifying structures that can be used to describe data application components. This version includes structures for layout descriptions of data views, workflow control, and combining, filtering and ordering of data and metadata describing the entire database application.
[MS-BCSDPFFS]: Business Connectivity Services Deployment Package File FormatSpecifies the Business Connectivity Services (BCS) Deployment Package File Format, which describes the contents of a deployment package for a BCS solution, the BCS-specific extensions to the Office Server ClickOnce application manifest, and a BCS-specific file format representing the properties of an external list.
[MS-BCSDWPS]: Business Connectivity Services Deployment Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Business Connectivity Services Deployment Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to create a profile page for an external content type, retrieve solution package information for a collection of server objects, and assign a custom form to a server object.
[MS-BDCMFFS]: Business Data Connectivity Model File FormatSpecifies Business Data Connectivity model Xml file format. The model file contains a collection of metadata objects describing line-of-business (LOB) systems in terms of LobSystem objects, LobSystem instances and the business data types they store as entities. This structure is typically consumed by a runtime engine that translates requests into a format understood by the native LOB system.
[MS-BDCWPS]: Business Data Connectivity Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Business Data Connectivity Web Service Protocol. This protocol enables protocol clients to store and retrieve information about interfaces of line-of-business (LOB) systems and annotations of these interfaces.
[MS-BDCRAWPS]: Business Data Connectivity Remote Administration Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Business Data Connectivity Remote Administration Web Service Protocol. This protocol enables protocol clients to create, store, and retrieve information about interfaces of line-of-business systems (LOB systems).
[MS-CONFAS]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Application Sharing ExtensionsSpecifies the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Application Sharing Extensions, which are extensions to the Centralized Conference Control Protocol that can be used to integrate application sharing conference modes within the framework defined in the [MS-CONFBAS]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling Specification.
[MS-CONFAV]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Audio-Video Extensions, which is a set of extensions for setting up multi-party, multi-modal conferences. This protocol specifies the conferencing system architecture and the protocols used between Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1.
[MS-CONFBAS]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Basic Architecture and Signaling, which is a set of extensions for setting up multi-party, multi-modal conferences. This protocol specifies the conferencing system architecture and the protocols used between Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1.
[MS-CONFIM]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Instant Messaging Extensions, which is a set of extensions for setting up multi-party, multi-modal conferences. This protocol specifies the conferencing system architecture and the protocols used between Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1.
[MS-CONFPRO]: Centralized Conference Control Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Centralized Conference Control Protocol: Provisioning, which is a set of extensions for setting up multi-party, multi-modal conferences. This protocol specifies the conferencing system architecture and the protocols used between Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1.
[MS-CONMGMT] Connection Management Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Connection Management Protocol, which describes outbound proxy auto-discovery mechanism for the client. This protocol also defines the negotiation mechanism and data format for sending keep-alive messages between the client and server, and the certificate requirements for establishing Transport Layer Security (TLS) connections.
[MS-COPYS]: Copy Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Copy Web Service Protocol, which is used to copy files, including file metadata such as creation date and author, to one or more locations on a single protocol server or between different protocol servers.
[MS-CPSWS]: SharePoint Claim Provider Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the SharePoint Claim Provider Web Service Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to access claims returned by the claim providers available on a protocol server. A typical scenario for this protocol is a client application that allows users to search and resolve users and groups from a set of directory services and external identity providers.
[MS-CVWREST]: Skype for Business Call Via Work REST ProtocolSpecifies the Skype for Business Call Via Work REST Protocol, which defines how an application can create a PSTN phone call between a desktop or mobile phone and a remote party.
[MS-DLX]: Distribution List Expansion Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Distribution List Expansion Protocol, which is the procedure for expanding distribution lists. This protocol also specifies the Web service method that is used to get the membership of a distribution list.
[MS-DOCSWS]: SharePoint Document Sharing Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the SharePoint Document Sharing Web Service Protocol that allows protocol clients to enable sharing of documents stored in a SharePoint document library and to generate or retrieve anonymous access links for guest users to access documents without needing to sign in.
[MS-DSDIFFGRAM]: SharePoint Web Services: DataSet DiffGram Structure Specifies the DataSet DiffGram web service. This protocol supports the wire format of the DataSet as returned by Enterprise Search in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
[MS-DTMF]: RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones, and Telephony Signals Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones, and Telephony Signals Extensions, which is a set of extensions used to carry DTMF digits, tones, and signals in Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) packets over a network transport.
[MS-DWSS]: Document Workspace Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Document Workspace Web Service Protocol. This protocol is used to create, edit, and delete workspaces and folders for a SharePoint site configured as a Document Workspace.
[MS-E911WS]: Web Service for E911 Support Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Web Service for E911 Support Protocol that is used by protocol clients to retrieve locations associated with network identifiers, or locations within a city.
[MS-EAWF]: Group Approval Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Group Approval Web Service Protocol, which enables the protocol client to specify and retrieve data required to submit or approve Group Approval documents.
[MS-ECREST]: Skype for Business Event Channel REST ProtocolSpecifies the Skype for Business Event Channel REST Protocol, which describes a mechanism that web applications can use to retrieve notifications about changes to resources.
[MS-ECTPWPS]: External Content Type Picker Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the External Content Type Picker Web Service Protocol, which a protocol client uses to search and pick from external content types on a protocol server.
[MS-EMMWS]: Microsoft Enterprise Managed Metadata Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Enterprise Managed Metadata Web Service protocol, which enables a protocol client to interact with a managed metadata store. A typical scenario for using this protocol is tagging a document with managed metadata via a rich client application.
[MS-ESURL]: Excel Services Publishing Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Excel Services Publishing Protocol, which specifies how the protocol client should form the URL to the protocol server to display the contents of a published workbook in the browser.
[MS-EUMSDP]: Exchange Unified Messaging Session Description Protocol ExtensionSpecifies the Exchange Unified Messaging Session Description Protocol Extension. This proprietary extension to the Session Description Protocol (SDP) extends the characteristics that are used to negotiate and establish audio calls between protocol servers and unified messaging servers to play or record voice messages and to manage the unified messaging mailbox by using touch-tone commands.
[MS-FORMS]: Forms Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Forms Service protocol. This protocol enables a client to get a list of forms from a protocol server and to get individual forms from that list.
[MS-FQL2]: Fast Query Language Version 2 ProtocolSpecifies the Fast Query Language (FQL) structure, which is a language for expressing search criteria.
[MS-FSDAP]: Forms Services Design and Activation Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Forms Services Design and Activation Web Service Protocol, which enables a form server to respond to requests from a protocol client.
[MS-FSFDP]: Forms Services Feature Detection Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Forms Services Feature Detection Protocol, which enables a protocol client to detect if form server features are present, return the form server version, and construct the URL that is required to render a form in a Web browser.
[MS-FSPP]: Forms Services Proxy Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Forms Services Proxy Web Service Protocol, which enables the protocol client to call a WSDL operation through a centralized service located on a known protocol server.
[MS-FSSHTTP]: File Synchronization via SOAP over HTTP Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the File Synchronization via SOAP over HTTP Protocol, which enables one or more protocol clients to synchronize changes done on shared files stored on a server.
[MS-FSSHTTPB]: Binary Requests for File Synchronization via SOAP Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Binary Requests for File Synchronization via SOAP Protocol, which enables protocol clients to synchronize the state of a structured file hosted by a protocol server.
[MS-GRVDYNM]: Groove Dynamics Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Groove Dynamics Protocol, which is an application-layer distributed protocol for consistently ordering operations on an arbitrary number of peers.
[MS-GRVHENC]: HTTP Encapsulation of Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP) Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the HTTP Encapsulation of Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP), which is used by the client to encapsulate SSTP for firewall and proxy traversal.
[MS-GRVRDB]: Groove RDB Commands Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Groove RDB Commands Protocol, which is used to distribute database operations among endpoints in a shared space.
[MS-GRVSPCM]: Client to Management Server Groove SOAP Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Client to Management Server Groove SOAP Protocol, which is used for managing the client through user management and distribution of security and usage policies.
[MS-GRVSPMR]: Management Server to Relay Server Groove SOAP Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Management Server to Relay Server Groove SOAP Protocol, which enables the management server to manage the relay server’s services to users.
[MS-GRVSSTP]: Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP) SpecificationSpecifies the Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP), which provides bidirectional asynchronous application layer communications between client computers and server computers.
[MS-GRVSSTPS]: Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP) Security Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol (SSTP) Security Protocol, which is used for client registration and authentication with a relay server over SSTP.
[MS-GRVWDPP]: Wide Area Network Device Presence Protocol (WAN DPP) SpecificationSpecifies the Wide Area Network Device Presence Protocol (WAN DPP), which is a client-server protocol that clients use to discover and acquire presence information of other clients.
[MS-H264PF]: RTP Payload Format for H.264 Video Streams ExtensionsSpecifies the RTP Payload Format for H264 Streams Extensions protocol, which is the payload format used to carry real-time video streams in the payload of the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP).
[MS-ICE]: Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Extensions, which are used to set up audio/video Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) streams in a manner where the streams can traverse Network Address Translators (NAT).
[MS-ICE2]: Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Extensions 2.0Specifies the Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Extensions 2.0, which are used to set up Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) streams in a manner where the streams can traverse Network Address Translators (NAT) and firewalls.
[MS-ICE2BWM]: Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) 2.0 Bandwidth Management ExtensionsSpecifies the Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Bandwidth Management Extensions, which are used to determine and enforce bandwidth policy constraints by communicating with a bandwidth policy aware server.
[MS-IMAGS]: Imaging Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Imaging Services Protocol, a set of client-server interactions that allows a client to retrieve, upload, and organize images on a server.
[MS-IMESYN]: IMESync Structure SpecificationSpecifies the IMESync Syntax Structure, which enables an on-screen editor to use items that are defined in a remote list as its custom words.
[MS-INFODCF]: InfoPath Data Connection File Download Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the InfoPath Data Connection File Download Protocol, in which a protocol client can download information defining the connection parameters for a specific remote data store.
[MS-IPDSP]: InfoPath Digital Signing Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the InfoPath Digital Signing Protocol, which enables a protocol client to work with a protocol server to apply a digital signature to a form file.
[MS-IPFF]: InfoPath Form Template FormatSpecifies the InfoPath Form Template Format, which enables a form server to render and edit new or existing form files in a Web browser.
[MS-IPFF2]: InfoPath Form Template Format Version 2Specifies the InfoPath Form Template Format, which enables a form server to parse and retrieve the files inside the form template (.xsn) file. The form server can then use the information to render and edit a new or existing form file in a Web browser.
[MS-IPFFX]: InfoPath Form File FormatSpecifies the InfoPath Form File Format, which, with an associated form template, specifies how a form server will render and edit the data in a form file using a Web browser.
[MS-KQL]: Keyword Query Language Structure ProtocolSpecifies the structure of the Keyword Query Language (KQL), which is a language for expressing search criteria.
[MS-LISTSWS]: Lists Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Lists Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to perform tasks related to list-based content on a protocol server.
[MS-MAR]: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) Analytics Reporting Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the MOSS Analytics Reporting Protocol, which enables a protocol client to log specific events and then retrieve analytical reports about Web traffic, search, and inventory for various entities in the farm.
[MS-MEETS]: Meetings Web Services Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Meetings Web Services Protocol, which provides methods to create and update Meeting Workspace sites.
[MS-METAWEB]: MetaWeblog Extensions Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the MetaWeblog Extensions Protocol, which are a set of extensions to the MetaWeblog API to allow for more secure authentication mechanisms.
[MS-MERX]: Microsoft Error Reporting Extension to Corporate Error Reporting Version 1.0 Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Microsoft Error Reporting Extension to Corporate Error Reporting Version 1.0 Protocol, which extends the original Corporate Error Reporting Version 1.0 Protocol to support additional kinds of error reporting, additional options for existing protocol details, and more specific requirements about error report contents.
[MS-OBPAS]: Office Broadcast Participant Service SpecificationThe Office Broadcast Participant Service is used to join an existing broadcast session and transmit broadcast data to a protocol client from a protocol state server.
[MS-OBPRS]: Office Broadcast Presentation Service SpecificationThe Office Broadcast Presentation Service is used to start a broadcast session and transmit broadcast data to a protocol client from a protocol state server.
[MS-OCAUTHWS]: OC Authentication Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the OC Authentication Web Service Protocol, which defines the message formats, server behavior, and client behavior for the purposes of authentication and certificate enrollment.
[MS-OCDISCWS]: Lync Autodiscover Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Lync Autodiscover Web Service Protocol, which provides protocol clients with the ability to discover their home servers, and discover and use web services.
[MS-OCER]: Client Error Reporting Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Client Error Reporting Protocol, which is used by the SIP server to report errors and troubleshoot information to the SIP client and for the SIP client to report errors to the SIP server.
[MS-OCEXUM]: Call Control for Exchange Unified Messaging Protocol ExtensionsSpecifies the Call Control Protocol Extensions for Exchange Unified Messaging. This protocol, an extension to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), is used between Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 to play voice messages and to manage the Unified Messaging mailbox with voice commands.
[MS-OCGCWEB]: Persistent Chat Web ProtocolDescribes a protocol that provides a mechanism to allow the client of a persistent chat system to start an external chat room management web application.
[MS-OCPSTN]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Extensions for PSTN Calls SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Extensions for PSTN Calls, which is a set of extensions for interfacing a client with other traditional telephony networks, such as the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and an Internet Protocol Private Branch eXchange (IP-PBX) or enterprise PBX.
[MS-OFBA]: Office Forms Based Authentication Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Office Forms Based Authentication Protocol, which enables HTTP-based, forms authentication when other authentication mechanisms are not available.
[MS-OLEDS]: Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Data StructuresSpecifies the Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Data Structures. These structures enable applications to create documents that contain linked or embedded objects.
[MS-OMS]: Office Mobile Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Office Mobile Service (OMS) Protocol. This protocol is used to transmit text and mobile messages between a protocol client and a protocol server.
[MS-OMWWH]: Office Mobile Word Web Handler Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Office Mobile Word Web Handler Protocol, used to display documents that are optimized for viewing on a mobile device.
[MS-OSALER]: Alerts Interoperability Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Alerts Interoperability Protocol, which is used to identify and interpret Internet messages that can be sent to protocol clients when a document, Web page or other type of resource is changed on a protocol server. This protocol also specifies the syntax and semantics of user-defined fields in message headers of those messages.
[MS-OSCO]: Office Server ClickOnce Manifest StructureSpecifies the Office Server ClickOnce Manifest Structure which contains runtime information specific to a Visual Studio Tools for Office solution.
[MS-OUTSPS]: Lists Client Sync Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Lists Client Sync Protocol, which allows clients to transfer data to and from a server that implements the Lists Web service.
[MS-OVBA]: Office VBA File Format StructureSpecifies the Office VBA File Format Structure, which describes the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) File Format for Microsoft Office 97, Microsoft Office 2000, Microsoft Office XP, Microsoft Office 2003, and the 2007 Microsoft Office system. This specification also describes a storage that contains a VBA project, which contains embedded macros and custom forms for use in Office documents.
[MS-OXABREF]: Address Book Name Service Provider Interface (NSPI) Referral ProtocolSpecifies the Address Book Name Service Provider Interface Referral protocol, which redirects client address book requests to an appropriate address book server.
[MS-OXBBODY]: Best Body Retrieval AlgorithmSpecifies the Best Body Retrieval Algorithm, which provides a mechanism for efficient storage of message bodies.
[MS-OXCDATA]: Data StructuresSpecifies common data structures that are used in remote operations.
[MS-OXCEXT]: Client Extension Message Object ProtocolSpecifies the Client Extension Message Object Protocol, which allows clients to access Office Web Extension data stored in a mailbox.
[MS-OXCFOLD]: Folder Object ProtocolSpecifies the Folder Object protocol, which is used to handle folder operations.
[MS-OXCFXICS]: Bulk Data Transfer ProtocolSpecifies the Bulk Data Transfer protocol, which is responsible for the order and data flow that is used to transfer data between client and server.
[MS-OXCICAL]: iCalendar to Appointment Object Conversion AlgorithmSpecifies the iCalendar to Appointment Object Conversion Algorithm, which converts between IETF RFC2445, RFC2446, and RFC2447, and appointment and meeting objects.
[MS-OXCMAIL]: RFC 2822 and MIME to Email Object Conversion ProtocolSpecifies the RFC 2822 and MIME to Email Object Conversion protocol, which converts data from Internet standard email conventions to Message objects.
[MS-OXCMSG]: Message and Attachment Object ProtocolSpecifies the Message and Attachment Object protocol, which handles Message and Attachment objects.
[MS-OXCNOTIF]: Core Notifications ProtocolSpecifies the Core Notifications protocol, which handles notifications that are sent to a client when specific server events occur.
[MS-OXCPERM]: Exchange Access and Operation Permissions ProtocolSpecifies the Exchange Access and Operation Permissions protocol, which handles the retrieval of folder permission lists that are stored on the server.
[MS-OXCPRPT]: Property and Stream Object ProtocolSpecifies the Property and Stream Object protocol, which sets, gets, and deletes data from a property set.
[MS-OXCROPS]: Remote Operations (ROP) List and Encoding ProtocolSpecifies the Remote Operations (ROP) List and Encoding protocol, which is used by the client to access and modify mailbox information on the server.
[MS-OXCRPC]: Wire Format ProtocolSpecifies the Wire Format protocol, which serves as the transport basis for client/server communications over RPC.
[MS-OXCSPAM]: Spam Confidence Level ProtocolSpecifies the Spam Confidence Level protocol, which enables the handling of allow/block lists and the determination of junk email messages.
[MS-OXCSTOR]: Store Object ProtocolSpecifies the Store Object protocol, which is used by clients to log on to a user mailbox or public folders, read and write mailbox-level properties for that user mailbox, perform various housekeeping tasks for that mailbox, and determine the availability of content for public folders.
[MS-OXDISCO]: Autodiscover HTTP Service ProtocolSpecifies the Autodiscover HTTP Service protocol, which extends the domain name system (DNS) and directory services to make the location and settings of mail servers available to clients.
[MS-OXDSCLI]: Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup ProtocolSpecifies the Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup protocol, which is used by clients to locate the Autodiscover HTTP service.
[MS-OXIMAP4]: Internet Message Access Protocol Version 4 (IMAP4) ExtensionsSpecifies extensions to Internet Message Access Protocol Version 4, which enable a client to access email on a server.
[MS-OXLDAP]: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Version 3 ExtensionsSpecifies extensions to Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Version 3, which enables directory access.
[MS-OXOAB]: Offline Address Book (OAB) File Format and SchemaSpecifies the Offline Address Book (OAB) file format and schema, which is used for the local address book objects cache.
[MS-OXOABK]: Address Book Object ProtocolSpecifies the Address Book Object protocol, which defines the properties of various Address Book objects, and how the properties of Address Book objects interrelate.
[MS-OXOABKT]: Address Book User Interface Templates ProtocolSpecifies the Address Book User Interface Templates protocol, which defines the properties and operations that are permissible for address book templates.
[MS-OXOCAL]: Appointment and Meeting Object Protocol Specifies the Appointment and Meeting Object protocol, which extends the Message and Attachment Object protocol for use with calendaring.
[MS-OXOCFG]: Configuration Information ProtocolSpecifies the Configuration Information protocol, which allows a client to share overlapping application settings with a server.
[MS-OXOCNTC]: Contact Object ProtocolSpecifies the Contact Object protocol, which enables the handling of contacts and personal distribution lists.
[MS-OXODLGT]: Delegate Access Configuration ProtocolSpecifies the Delegate Access Configuration protocol, which allows a user to delegate the responsibility for his or her mailbox to another user.
[MS-OXODOC]: Document Object ProtocolSpecifies the Document Object protocol, which defines properties that allow a messaging client to store and display ordinary files.
[MS-OXOFLAG]: Informational Flagging ProtocolSpecifies the International Flagging protocol, which sets flagging-related properties on Message objects. These properties can then be used to identify flagged messages.
[MS-OXOJRNL]: Journal Object ProtocolSpecifies the Journal Object protocol, which enables the representation of journal entries in a messaging store.
[MS-OXOMSG]: Email Object ProtocolSpecifies the Email Object protocol, which handles the representation of email messages in a messaging store.
[MS-OXONOTE]: Note Object ProtocolSpecifies the Note Object protocol, which enables the representation of a simple text note in a messaging store.
[MS-OXOPFFB]: Public Folder-Based Free/Busy ProtocolSpecifies the Public Folder–Based Free/Busy protocol, which is used to publish the availability of a user or resource.
[MS-OXOPOST]: Post Object ProtocolSpecifies the Post Object protocol, which enables the representation of a bulletin board post in a messaging store.
[MS-OXORMDR]: Reminder Settings ProtocolSpecifies the Reminder Settings protocol, which allows the user or an agent who is acting on behalf of the user to associate a reminder with a given Message object, with the intention that a client will signal the user or agent when the signal time is reached.
[MS-OXORMMS]: Rights-Managed Email Object ProtocolSpecifies the Rights-Managed Email Object protocol, which is used by the client to create and consume a rights-managed email message.
[MS-OXORSS]: RSS Object ProtocolSpecifies the RSS Object protocol, which enables the representation of entries from RSS and Atom feeds.
[MS-OXORULE]: Email Rules ProtocolSpecifies the Email Rules protocol, which manipulates incoming email messages on a server.
[MS-OXOSFLD]: Special Folders ProtocolSpecifies the Special Folders Protocol, which specifies the default set of folders that an implementation supports, as well as other non-user-visible special folders for certain types of application data, such as reminders and views.
[MS-OXOSMIME]: S/MIME Email Object AlgorithmSpecifies the S/MIME Email Object Algorithm, which handles the conversion of arbitrary clear-signed messages, and S/MIME opaque-signed and encrypted messages.
[MS-OXOSMMS]: Short Message Service (SMS) and Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) Object ProtocolSpecifies the Short Message Service (SMS) and Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) Object protocol, which defines properties of objects that model SMS and MMS messages.
[MS-OXOSRCH]: Search Folder List Configuration ProtocolSpecifies the Search Folder List Configuration protocol, which is used by the client to create, read, and execute search folders.
[MS-OXOTASK]: Task-Related Objects ProtocolSpecifies the Task-Related Objects protocol, which allows for the representation of task-related Message objects in a messaging store.
[MS-OXOUM]: Voice Mail and Fax Objects ProtocolSpecifies the Voice Mail and Fax Objects protocol, which provides the methods that are used by the server to manipulate Unified Messaging objects.
[MS-OXPFOAB]: Offline Address Book (OAB) Public Folder Retrieval ProtocolSpecifies the Offline Address Book (OAB) Public Folder Retrieval protocol, which provides a method for delivering OAB data from server to client.
[MS-OXPHISH]: Phishing Warning ProtocolSpecifies the Phishing Warning protocol, which identifies and marks email messages that are designed to trick recipients into divulging sensitive information (such as passwords and/or other personal information) to a non-trustworthy source.
[MS-OXPOP3]: Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3) ExtensionsSpecifies extensions to Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3), which enable the listing and downloading of mail.
[MS-OXRTFCP]: Rich Text Format (RTF) Compression AlgorithmSpecifies the Rich Text Format (RTF) Compression Algorithm, which encodes and decodes a compressed stream in RTF message bodies.
[MS-OXRTFEX]: Rich Text Format (RTF) Extensions Algorithm Specifies the Rich Text Format (RTF) Extensions Algorithm, which extends the RTF method of encoding by enabling the encapsulation of additional content formats (such as HTML) within the RTF body property of messages and attachments.
[MS-OXSHARE]: Sharing Message Object ProtocolSpecifies the Sharing Message Object protocol, which shares mailbox folders between clients.
[MS-OXSMTP]: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) ExtensionsSpecifies extensions to the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) standards to facilitate authentication negotiation between a client and a server and to enable the server to close connections that exceed configured thresholds.
[MS-OXTNEF]: Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) Data AlgorithmSpecifies the Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) Data Algorithm, which encodes and decodes Message and Attachment objects to an efficient stream representation.
[MS-OXWAVLS]: Availability Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Availability Web Service protocol, which is used to request availability information for users and/or resources.
[MS-OXWCONFIG]: Web Service Configuration Protocol Specifies Web Service Configuration protocol, which is used to retrieve organization policy configuration information for a mailbox.
[MS-OXWMT]: Mail Tips Web Service ExtensionsSpecifies extensions to the Mail Tips Web Service protocol, which retrieves mail tips for a mailbox.
[MS-OXWOAB]: Offline Address Book (OAB) Retrieval File FormatSpecifies the Offline Address Book (OAB) Retrieval file format, which delivers OAB data from server to client.
[MS-OXWOOF]: Out of Office (OOF) Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Out of Office (OOF) Web Service protocol, which is used to configure server-based automatic email responses.
[MS-OXWSARCH]: Archiving Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Archiving Web Service Protocol, which enables clients to use a web service to archive items in a mailbox.
[MS-OXWSCEXT]: Client Extension Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Client Extension Web Service Protocol, which enables clients to use a web service to retrieve and disable client extensions.
[MS-OXWSCOS]: Unified Contact Store Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Unified Contact Store Web Service Protocol, which enables clients to use a web service to create, retrieve, update, and delete instant messaging contacts and groups.
[MS-OXWSCVTID]: Convert Item Identifier Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Convert Identifier Web Service protocol, which enables a client to convert among the different identifier formats that can be used to locate items stored on the server.
[MS-OXWSGTRM]: Get Rooms List Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Get Rooms List Web Service Protocol, which provides a client with a list of locations of meeting rooms within the server organization. This protocol also provides a client with the list of meeting rooms within a selected location room list.
[MS-OXWSMSHR]: Folder Sharing Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Folder Sharing Web Service protocol, which is responsible for managing Calendar folders that are shared between users in separate organizations.
[MS-OXWSPHOTO]: Photo Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Photo Web Service Protocol, which enables the transfer of a user photo from an email account to a client application that can authenticate and send an HTTP GET operation.
[MS-OXWUMS]: Voice Mail Settings Web Service ProtocolSpecifies the Voice Mail Settings Web Service protocol, which provides an extensibility point that enables clients to read and change information about Unified Messaging properties, play voice mail, or record greetings over the telephone.
[MS-PEOPS]: People Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the People Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to resolve and find principals. This protocol allows the protocol client to pass criteria, which consist of a list of keys and the principal type, to the protocol server and to receive back a list of resolved principals.
[MS-PERMS]: Permissions Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Permissions Web Service Protocol, which enables protocol clients to manage permissions to content items on the protocol server.
[MS-PLSP]: Published Links Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Published Links Web Service Protocol. This protocol specifies an operation that allows a protocol client to retrieve a list of potentially useful URLs and descriptive details about each URL.
[MS-PRES]: Presence Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Presence Protocol, which defines presence-related extensions to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). This protocol describes how SIP is used by terminals to establish, modify, and terminate multimedia sessions or calls.
[MS-PRSTFR]: ADO XML Persistence FormatSpecifies the ADO XML Persistence Format Protocol, which is a subset of the ADO XML Persistence Format used by some communication protocols to represent the tabular data retrieved from relational databases.
[MS-PSOM]: PSOM Shared Object Messaging Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the PSOM Shared Object Messaging (PSOM) protocol, which is used to exchange messages between the protocol client and protocol server. This protocol is designed to facilitate communications for data collaboration and Web conferencing applications.
[MS-PWBDPS]: PowerPoint Web Broadcast Discovery Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the PowerPoint Web Broadcast Discovery Protocol, used to discover the version and location of a broadcast protocol service.
[MS-PWBHPS]: PowerPoint Web Broadcast Host Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the PowerPoint Web Broadcast Host Protocol, used to create and manage a broadcast slide show session.
[MS-PWBPS]: PowerPoint Web Broadcast Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the PowerPoint Web Broadcast Protocol, used to transmit broadcast slide show state data between a protocol client and a protocol state server.
[MS-PWPHP]: PowerPoint Web Presentation Handler Protocol SpecificationThe PowerPoint Web Presentation Handler Protocol is used by a protocol server to send presentation content to a protocol client.
[MS-PWVRSC]: PowerPoint Web Viewer Rendered Static Content Structure SpecificationSpecifies the PowerPoint Web Viewer Rendered Static Content Structure, which is used by a protocol server to send presentation content to a protocol client through the Office Mobile PowerPoint Web Handler Protocol Specification.
[MS-QDEFF]: Query Definition File FormatSpecifies the Query Definition File Format, which is a structure that is used to store the Power Query Formulas of the queries in a spreadsheet and their associated metadata.
[MS-QoE]: Quality of Experience Monitoring Server Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Quality of Experience Monitoring Server Protocol, which is used for reporting audio and video Quality of Experience (QoE) metrics, calculated by Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and sent to Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1 for monitoring and diagnostics purposes.
[MS-RGSWS]: Response Group Service Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Response Group Service Web Service Protocol, which is the procedure to access agent information. This protocol enables a protocol client to access agent information exposed by a protocol server.
[MS-RTASPF]: RTP Payload Format for Application Sharing ExtensionsSpecifies the RTP Payload Format for Application Sharing Extensions, which is the payload format for transporting Application Sharing data using RTP packets.
[MS-RTP]: Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Extensions, which describes a set of extensions to Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP). This extension provides a set of network transport functions suitable for applications transmitting real-time data, such as audio and video, across multimedia endpoints. This extension also provides bandwidth estimation, dominant speaker notification, video-packet loss recovery, and enhanced robustness for receivers.
[MS-RTPRADEX]: RTP Payload for Redundant Audio Data Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the RTP Payload for Redundant Audio Data Extensions, which is a set of extensions that describe a Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) payload format for encoding redundant audio data that provides redundancy when transmitting audio frames across a lossy network transport.
[MS-RTVPF]: RTP Payload Format for RT Video Streams Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the RTP Payload Format for RT Video Streams Extensions, which are extensions to the payload format defined for encapsulating an RT Video bit stream in Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP). This protocol describes how Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 use this protocol to capture and transmit, or receive and render RT Video streams in a multi-party conference call. This protocol is also used by Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 to capture and transmit, or receive and render RT Video streams in a two-party peer-to-peer call.
[MS-SDPEXT]: Session Description Protocol (SDP) Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Session Description Protocol (SDP) Extensions, which is a protocol that negotiates audio/video call setup and adds video or audio to an existing audio-only or video-only call.
[MS-SEARCH]: Search Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Search Protocol that enables clients to make queries against an Enterprise Search service, the protocol server responding with a list of items that are relevant to the search query. This protocol also allows protocol clients to request query suggestions for a given search query.
[MS-SHDACCWS]: Shared Access Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the interface of the Shared Access Web Service protocol that is used for determining whether a document is being co-authored.
[MS-SIPAE]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Authentication Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Authentication Extensions, which defines NT LAN Manager (NTLM) and Kerberos authentication schemes based on general authentication framework guidelines.
[MS-SIPAPP]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Application Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Application Protocol, which is a collection of independent proprietary client-server protocols that are used to provide enhanced functionality to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based communication systems.
[MS-SIPCOMP]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Compression Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Compression Protocol, which is the negotiation mechanism and compression algorithm used to signal traffic compression between the client and the server.
[MS-SIPRE]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Routing Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Routing Extensions, which are Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) routing extensions to provide endpoint identification, phone number resolution, call routing processing by server on user's behalf, and enhanced routing within topologies with multiple redundant servers, firewalls, and NAT devices.
[MS-SIPREGE]: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Registration Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Registration Extensions, which are the extensions to the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) registration procedure. This protocol also defines the data format and the mechanism to retrieve in-band provisioning data, which are necessary for client sign in.
[MS-SLIDELI]: Slide Library Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Slide Library Web Service Protocol, which enables protocol clients to obtain information about slides in a slide library on protocol server.
[MS-SPAFWI]: SharePoint Activity Feed Web Interfaces Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the SharePoint Activity Feed Web Interfaces Protocol, which specifies extensions for serializing and distributing social metadata about how the users of a Web site interact.
[MS-SPEMAWS]: SharePoint E-Mail Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the SharePoint E-Mail Web Service Protocol, which enables system administrators to manage information about contacts and groups of contacts that are controlled by certain directory services.
[MS-SPSTWS]: SharePoint Security Token Service Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the SharePoint Security Token Service Web Service Protocol, which defines restrictions for several related protocols and enables interoperability and authentication with Web services that are provided by protocol servers.
[MS-SRTP]: Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP) Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP) Extensions, which is a set of extensions to the Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP). SRTP can provide confidentiality, message authentication, and replay protection to Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) traffic and to the RTP control traffic. Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Service Pack 1 use this protocol to secure RTP streams.
[MS-SSAS]: SQL Server Analysis Services ProtocolSpecifies the SQL Server Analysis Services Protocol, which provides methods for a client to communicate with and to perform operations on an analysis server.
[MS-SSRTP]: Scale Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP) ExtensionsSpecifies the Scale Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SSRTP) Extensions, which is a set of extensions to Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP). This protocol improves performance for situations where a unique Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) payload is distributed to multiple receivers. This protocol differs from SRTP in packet format, encryption parameters, and message authentication processing.
[MS-STANOIMAP]: Outlook Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) Standards SupportSpecifies the level of support provided by the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) for Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
[MS-STANXIMAP]: Exchange Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) Standards SupportSpecifies the level of support provided by the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
[MS-STANXPOP3]: Exchange Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3) Standards SupportSpecifies the level of support provided by the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) service for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
[MS-STSSYN]: StsSync Data StructureSpecifies the StsSync Data Structure, which is a structure for encoding parameters necessary to connect to a remote list.
[MS-TMPLDISC]: Template Discovery Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Template Discovery Web Service Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to retrieve links to document templates that are associated with a document library on a protocol server.
[MS-TURN]: Traversal Using Relay NAT (TURN) ExtensionsSpecifies the Traversal Using Relay NAT (TURN) Extensions, which is a set of extensions used to enable an endpoint behind a Network Address Translator (NAT) to acquire a globally routable transport address that the endpoint can use to receive data from a peer.
[MS-TURNBWM]: Traversal using Relay NAT (TURN) Bandwidth Management ExtensionsSpecifies the Traversal using Relay NAT (TURN) Bandwidth Management Extensions to the TURN protocol to provide support for controlling access to network bandwidth
[MS-UDCX]: Universal Data Connection 2.0 XML File Structure SpecificationSpecifies the Universal Data Connection 2.0 XML File Format, which provides a container for data connection information.
[MS-UGS]: UserGroup Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the UserGroup Web Service Protocol, which enables the definition, modification, and retrieval of information about users, groups, and roles.
[MS-UPSDWS]: User Profile Social Data Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the User Profile Social Data Web Service Protocol, which is used to add, update, remove, and retrieve user-provided data that facilitates social networking. These data are in the form of tags, notes, and ratings about documents, Web pages, and other types of items that are stored on a protocol server.
[MS-USPSWS]: User Profile Service Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the User Profile Service Web Service Protocol, which is a Web service to retrieve user profile data and data in common among users, as well as manage user profile properties, links, group memberships, and colleagues.
[MS-VERSS]: Versions Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Versions Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to view and modify the version information for an existing file on a protocol server.
[MS-VIEWSS]: Views Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Views Web Service Protocol, which enables a protocol client to manage a list view.
[MS-WDVMODUU]: Office Document Update Utility ExtensionsSpecifies the Office Document Update Utility Extensions, which is an extended protocol for synchronization management between a WebDAV client and a Document Workspace site on a WebDAV server.
[MS-WEBDAVE]: Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Error Extensions Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Error Extensions Protocol, which are the currently implemented extended error codes between WebDAV servers and WebDAV clients.
[MS-WEBSS]: Webs Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Webs Web Service Protocol, which provides methods for modifying SharePoint sites in the site collection.
[MS-WOPI]: Web Application Open Platform Interface Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Web Application Open Platform Interface Protocol. This protocol identifies a set of operations that enables a client to access and change files stored by a server.
[MS-WPPS]: Web Part Pages Web Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the Web Part Pages Web Service Protocol, which enables a client to gather the information necessary to create browsable Web pages, and also uses server resources to create execution logic that reacts to changes in the server state.
[MS-WSSHP]: HTTP Windows SharePoint Services Headers Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the HTTP Windows SharePoint Services Headers Protocol, which extends the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) mechanisms to include new headers and messages that enable previously undefined behaviors, such as authenticating client connections, communicating error conditions, sending complex data, and interacting with information rights management systems, antivirus systems, and crawlers.
[MS-WSSREST]: ListData Data Service Protocol SpecificationSpecifies the ListData Data Service Protocol extensions to the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) and its extensions specified in Atom Publishing Protocol: Data Services URI and Payload Extensions. This protocol enables applications to expose list data, using common Web technologies, as a data service that can be consumed by clients within corporate networks and across the Internet.
[MS-WSSTS]: Windows SharePoint ServicesSpecifies Windows SharePoint Services, provides an overview of abstract data structures, and specifies fields, field types, and lists used by protocols used in Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies.
[MS-XCCOSIP]: Extensible Chat Control Over Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)Specifies the Extensible Chat Control Over Session Initiation Protocol. This protocol provides messaging and control mechanism between users and the server in a persistent multiparty channel communication system.
[MS-XMLMC]: XML Schema for Media Control Extensions SpecificationSpecifies the XML Schema for Media Control Extensions, which is a set of extensions to an Internet-Draft Proposal titled XML Schema for Media Control. The extensions specify media control messages for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based systems that send or receive video using Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP). The extensions include a new media control command that can be used to suspend transmission of real-time video streams during a multimedia session.
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