3.2.5 Message Processing Events and Sequencing Rules

For authenticated RPC over SMB, the details of method authentication are specific to the underlying RPC implementation, as specified in [C706].<33>

The server SHOULD send the values described in section 2. The server SHOULD NOT send any other values that are not described or that are described as reserved for future use in section 2.

This section specifies the methods for this protocol, in addition to their processing rules.

Methods in RPC Opnum Order




Requests that the time service immediately initiate an attempt to synchronize its time.

Opnum: 0


Returns information about the functionality the time service provides.

Opnum: 1


Returns operational information for a specified time provider.

Opnum: 2


Returns the current time source of the time service.

Opnum: 3


Returns configuration data for a specific time provider.

Opnum: 4


Returns the configuration data of the time service.

Opnum: 5


Returns the service status data of the time service.

Opnum: 6


Requests that the time service update its logging configuration.

Opnum: 7

Exceptions thrown: No exceptions are thrown beyond those thrown by the underlying RPC protocol [MS-RPCE].

The RPC methods shown in the following sections are organized in opnum order.