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Appendix E
Appendix E Running COM Version 1.1-B for OpenVMS in an Unauthenticated Mode
     E.1     Installing COM V1.1-B for OpenVMS to Run in Unauthenticated Mode
     E.2     Configuring COM V1.1-B for OpenVMS to Run in Unauthenticated Mode
         E.2.1         Define the DCOM$UNAUTHENTICATED Logical Systemwide
         E.2.2         Populate the OpenVMS Registry
         E.2.3         Create the DCOM$GUEST Account
         E.2.4         Create the DCOM$RPCSS Account
     E.3     Configuring Windows NT to Interoperate with Unauthenticated COM
         E.3.1         Setting the Windows NT Systemwide Authentication Level
         E.3.2         Setting Windows NT Application Security Properties
         E.3.3         Setting the Windows NT Application Security Identity
     E.4     Expected Failures from CLIENTAUTH Sample Program
     E.5     Converting from Unauthenticated Mode to Authenticated Mode
Appendix F
Appendix F Lists of Differences, APIs, and Interfaces
     F.1     Differences between COM for OpenVMS and Microsoft COM
         F.1.1         Service Control Manager (SCM)
         F.1.2         Server Application Stack Size
         F.1.3         Use of the "char" Datatype
         F.1.4         MIDL Compiler Version
             F.1.4.1             The OpenVMS MIDL Compiler
         F.1.5         Using DCOM$CNFG to Change Application Configuration Permission
     F.2     APIs
     F.3     Interfaces
Appendix G
Appendix G List of Files Installed by COM for OpenVMS
     G.1     Files Installed by COM for OpenVMS
Appendix H
Appendix H Discount Coupons for COM Books
Appendix I
Appendix I Glossary
Appendix J
Appendix J Acronyms
4-1 Sample COM for OpenVMS Installation
5-1 Sample: Setting Up HostMapDomains
6-1 Sample" Simple" Application Registration on OpenVMS
6-2 Contents of SSERVER.REG_NT
6-3 Contents of SSERVER.REG_VMS
6-4 Registering a Component Using the DCOM$REGSVR32 Utility
6-5 Unregistering a Component Using the DCOM$REGSVR32 Utility
8-1 Sample NTA$LOGON Session
8-2 Acquiring Windows NT Credentials for the First Time
8-3 Replacing Windows NT Credentials
8-4 Saving a Password to a File
10-1 Using AUTHORIZE to Grant Rights to a User
11-1 Setting Priority Values
11-2 Changing Priority Values
14-1 Sample OpenVMS Event Log
3-1 OpenVMS Infrastructure and COM for OpenVMS
4-1 Processes/Layers Relationships
6-1 DCOM$SETUP OpenVMS COM Tools Menu
6-2 DCOM$CNFG Main Menu
6-3 Applications List Submenu
6-4 Application Properties Submenu
6-5 Application Location Submenu
6-6 Application Security Submenu
6-7 Registry Value Permissions Submenu
6-8 Edit Registry Value Permissions Submenu
6-9 Add Registry Value Permissions Submenu
6-10 Registry Key Permissions Submenu
6-11 Edit Registry Key Permissions Submenu
6-12 Special Access Registry Key Permissions Submenu
6-13 Add Registry Key Permissions Submenu
6-14 Application Identity Submenu
6-15 System-wide Default Properties Submenu
6-16 Default Authentication Level Submenu
6-17 Default Impersonation Level Submenu
6-18 System-wide Default Security Submenu
10-1 Key, Subkey, and Value Relationships
1-1 Summary of Security Differences
4-1 Process Name to Server Name Mapping
6-1 DCOM$REGSVR32 Command Line Options
8-1 NTA$LOGON Utility Command Line Parameters
8-2 MSV1_0 ACME Agent Logical Names
9-1 ATL Implementation Differences
9-2 Files Generated by ATL COM AppWizard for mycomapp
12-1 OpenVMS Registry Server Management Utility Commands
13-1 Descriptor Fields
13-2 Valid Function Codes
13-3 Item Code Summary
14-1 Troubleshooting OpenVMS Events Failures
B-1 RPC Errors

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