[Bug 21106] RPC clients that connect via ncacn_ip_tcp to a Windows RPC server are broken

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Mon Dec 21 11:52:09 CST 2009


--- Comment #2 from Stefan Kuhr <winesku at googlemail.com>  2009-12-21 11:52:09 ---
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Simple client and server that show this bug, when running the server on a
windows box and the client on Wine

Run the server on a windows box in a comand shell. It has a single commandline
parameter that is interpreted as the port on which it listens for incoming
RPCs. Run it e.g. like this:

rpcsrv.exe 4711

and it will listen on port 4711 for incoming RPCs.

Now start the client on a Wine box without any command line parameters. Chose
TCP/IP as the protocol sequence and the port number you used for the server in
the previous step (4711 in my example). Supply the IP address or the DNS name
of the windows box, where the server is running as the computer name. Then
enter credentials of a valid user on the windows box as user name, domain name
and password. If your windows and Wine box is not running in a windows domain,
you can leave the domain name entry empty, IIRC, as an alternative supply a dot
or the windows box' computer name as the domain name. Now type something in the
field "text to submit" and press the "Call RPC" button. In version 1.1.35 an
error message box with "1130 Not enough server storage is available to process
this command.") will be shown, in 1.1.34, the RPC will be executed on the
server side an will show a dialog box on the server side.

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