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Hello DP users,

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Our advantages:

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* Refer and get 10% of your income

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* Minimum payment of $ 3 until end of 2018, it will be $ 5 for Paypal and $ 10 WMZ for BTC or BCH

* Links used with other short link sites (before or after) are not permitted and will result in a permanent ban.
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If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask us.

Should I invest in a writing course? Is writing really important?

I am sorry but I will say the opposite depending on my opinion and my experience.

Certainly you will find all the information on the Internet. But buying a course is not just for information. The information alone will NOT help you reach your goals quickly. Self-learning is not easy, you must be determined and disciplined. You make many mistakes that you could avoid if someone supervised you.

When you buy a course from someone, you do not just buy the information. You also buy connections. Depending on the price and the credibility of the seller selling the course, you will get more benefits than what you paid for.

I have purchased courses online, if the course I purchased is BAD or if the seller does not provide assistance, I request a refund. Take note that I stay away from classes WITHOUT money back guarantee.

For the good prices that I have bought, I really appreciate them. I have been well coached, is part of their private group and you will really feel like being guided.

They will also introduce you to other people who will help you succeed faster. get that first customer and win that first dollar.

Writing is important. That's what drives sales. The sales pages are all copywriting works. The only problem is that you have to be passionate about writing. If you are not passionate about writing, look for another interest.

There are many online writing courses. Just google and use your judgment if they meet your expectations and remember, always for those who give a 30 day money back guarantee.

Good luck!

i need backlink or tools

I would never trust a site like this because it has almost no confidence in Google's eyes …
by looking at the statistics, their referencing is extremely erratic and unstable, not only that, they have
an excessive amount of backlinks, 232k to be exact, and that tells me their link quality
is extremely bad because I can only imagine that they are using these shitty backlinks on their own site ….

DA / PA are metrics used by moz and can be unreliable. The only true
the measures to be taken into account are the confidence flows. If your fake high
metric backlinks have very little / no flow of trust, so they are worthless ….

good luck….

ps. I can almost guarantee you whether Google should conduct a manual review of
the above site that sells backlinks, as well as shitty backlinks,
then I would be very confident that this site would get a penalty ….
(Sites that receive backlinks from this site may also be penalized ….)

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Why do directory scripts cost so much now?

Maybe you should consider something else.
in addition to the cost, maybe your repertoire will succeed a
day, maybe it would not, and then above 100 or 1000 dollars
in SEO, you must then manage constant spam mailings.

It does not seem like business is for you.
If I sold you my car for $ 1, would you be able to pay
gas, maintenance and monthly insurance to keep the car running ….?
(from what I can say, it does not seem so ….)

it does not make sense to start an online business if you cling
about the cost of scripting or promoting your business that might take
years to take off or never take off …

Notes on recovering from a system crash and how it can help someone else

Hi everybody. :) Here is what I learned:
The system running GSA-SER has crashed. Was running on a PC, not VPS. With tons of other NOT software for SEO, as well as other SEO software. And no recent disk image! : p

Creating a new operating system from a basic system that I had, everything was fine.

BUT … the GSA was stalling. Photoshop was breaking. Whenever the CPU reached a high level, my system intermittently shut down.

Nothing helped.

The Windows logs indicated that the integrated graphics software was faulty and the system was down, but it was not. EVEN the graphics processor or its firmware or software.

It was a secondary problem (apparently ??) caused by ………OVERHEATED! : #

Huh? How?! I had to remove a drive with a defective power outlet. It turns out that it will only start if the SATA power comes directly from the power supply. The extension works … and does not work. So it's out of the box, but it works.

During the process, I canceled the CPU fan lock. I left it open. : |

Lock the fan in place, it seems to be going now.

After all, not a Windows fault, or a Windows update, or a program / "application" fault (although there are many, haha, but not GSA), or malware, or virus, nor rootkit.

Although I learned about the sick software # #! + Called firmware and persistent malware EFI and the complexity of Windows error logs, I did not always respond to the resolution of system-related problems.

Remember, if it's not a VPS, check your physical configuration BEFORE EVER, GSA friends ..

Why do people send from AliExpress when you can from Amazon, Walmart, Etsy or eBay?

Have you ever considered submitting articles elsewhere than from AliExpress?

Unlike platforms that only allow you to ship through AliExpress, your orders can arrive at your customers in less than a day.

Average delivery time of Amazon orders 2 days
Average delivery time for Walmart orders 2 days
Average delivery time of an eBay order 4 days
Average delivery time of Etsy orders 7 days
Average delivery time of AliExpress orders 25 days

Dropshipping directly from reputable locations such as Amazon and Walmart also means that you can be assured of product quality and customer service. You can also use their "gift ticket" option to hide the price of products.

Thanks to Dropshipping from independent sellers in the Etsy marketplace, you can sell unique or even personalized items, made by loving craftsmen and working under your own brand.

So why are people using AliExpress?
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linux – Windows 7 NTLM does not authenticate correctly with Ubuntu 18.04

Today, I have spent most of my day trying to figure this out … This is not exactly what I had in mind for today. .. but I could not stop it … That's the problem:
My Windows 7 machine will not authenticate (for a Samba share) on my Ubuntu 18.04 system. I think I linked to the protocol itself, but I do not know exactly what the real problem is. It may be a setting I miss somewhere in Windows, although I have not messed around with the NTLM authentication settings of the local strategy. My Macintosh file sharing connection to Ubuntu works well ..

So, here's what I found:
1) Windows is resetting the connection from the Ubuntu 18.04 server and restarting the negotiation process with another port (where my Mac simply receives the STATUS_LOGIN_FAILURE message and continues its path).
2) Windows sends a different user to the Ubuntu server (eg system_name root as opposed to my Mac sending system_name root) (notice the 2 backslashes instead of 1?)
3) Windows sends an "unknown message type" to Ubuntu where, as my Mac does not send anything at all.

Here is an image of a comparison between the 2 protocols.

Packet capture comparison

I've met a few sites that can help:
https://winprotocoldoc.blob.core.windows.net/productionwindowsarchives/MS-NLMP/[MS-NLMP]-171201.pdf

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/FileIO/microsoft-smb-protocol-and-cifs-protocol-overview

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc246324.aspx

I've been converting the package captures of my Mac and my Windows 7 system into .csv files and placing them here for your viewing pleasure.

Any help would be greatly appreciated (especially from anyone working with Microsoft who knows these protocols and what they should look like)

Thank you,
John Byrne

Windows packet capture (only associated SMB and TCP / IP packets)

No., Time, Source, Destination, Protocol, Info
13,1.627011,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, 50128> microsoft-ds [SYN] Seq = 0 Win = 8192 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 WS = 2 SACK_PERM = 1
14,1.627457,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, TCP, "microsoft-ds> 50128 [SYN, ACK] Seq = 0 Ack = 1 Win = 29200 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 SACK_PERM = 1 WS = 7 "
15,1.627639,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, 50128> microsoft-ds [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 1 Win = 65700 Len = 0
16.1.627723,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB, Negotiation Protocol Request
17,1.628079,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, TCP, microsoft-ds> 50128 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 160 Win = 30336 Len = 0
18.1.646459,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, NegotiateProtocol Response
19.1.646607,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, protocol negotiation request
20.1.64793,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, NegotiateProtocol Response
21,1.648412,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, "Request SessionSetup, NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE"
22,1.651446,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, "SessionSetup response, error: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED, NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE"
23,1.651682,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, "SessionSetup request, NTLMSSP_AUTH, user: SMBServerSystem root, unknown message type"
24.1.658833,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, "SessionSetup Response, Error: STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE"
25,1.658923,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, "50128> microsoft-ds [RST, ACK] Seq = 755 Ack = 743 Win = 0 Len = 0 "
100.6.881635,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, 50129> microsoft-ds [SYN] Seq = 0 Win = 8192 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 WS = 2 SACK_PERM = 1
101.6.88205,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, TCP, "microsoft-ds> 50129 [SYN, ACK] Seq = 0 Ack = 1 Win = 29200 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 SACK_PERM = 1 WS = 7 "
102.6.882208,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, 50129> microsoft-ds [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 1 Win = 65700 Len = 0
103,6.882313,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, Request for Protocol Negotiation
104.6.882666,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, TCP, microsoft-ds> 50129 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 109 Win = 29312 Len = 0
105.6.900185,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, NegotiateProtocol Response
106.6.900746,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, "SessionSetup Request, NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE"
107,6.90437,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, "SessionSetup response, error: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED, NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE"
108.6.9046,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, SMB2, "SessionSetup Request, NTLMSSP_AUTH, User: SMBServerSystem root, Unknown Message Type"
109,6.911834,10.100.1.99,10.100.1.66, SMB2, "SessionSetup Reply, Error: STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE"
110.6.91193,10.100.1.66,10.100.1.99, TCP, "50129> microsoft-ds [RST, ACK] Seq = 596 Ack = 537 Win = 0 Len = 0 "

Packet capture of my Mac (SMB and TCP / IP packets)

No., Time, Source, Destination, Protocol, Length, Info
2774.8.760436, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 78, "49274> 445 [SYN, ECN, CWR] Seq = 0 Win = 65535 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 WS = 64 TSval = 492466315 TSecr = 0 SACK_PERM = 1 "
2776.8.761635, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 74, "445> 49274 [SYN, ACK, ECN] Seq = 0 Ack = 1 Win = 28960 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 SACK_PERM = 1 TSval = 288262429 TSecr = 492466315 WS = 128 "
2777.8.761677, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49274> 445 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 1 Win = 131712 Len = 0 TSval = 492466316 TSecr = 288262429
2778.8.761725, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66, "49274> 445 [FIN, ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 1 Win = 131712 Len = 0 TSval = 492466316 TSecr = 288262429 "
2781.8.761973, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 78, "49276> 445 [SYN, ECN, CWR] Seq = 0 Win = 65535 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 WS = 128 TSval = 492466316 TSecr = 0 SACK_PERM = 1 "
2782.8.763016, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 74, "445> 49276 [SYN, ACK, ECN] Seq = 0 Ack = 1 Win = 28960 Len = 0 MSS = 1460 SACK_PERM = 1 TSval = 288262431 TSecr = 492466316 WS = 128 "
2783.8.763048, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 1 Win = 7406464 Len = 0 TSval = 492466317 TSecr = 288262431
2784.8.763082, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB, 139, Negotiation Protocol Request
2785.8.764474, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 66 445> 49276 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 74 Win = 29056 Len = 0 TSval = 288262432 TSecr = 492466317
2786.8.764477, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 66 445> 49274 [ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 2 Win = 29056 Len = 0 TSval = 288262432 TSecr = 492466316
2790.8.786105, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,272, Negotiation Protocol Response
2791.8.786172, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 74 Ack = 207 Win = 7406208 Len = 0 TSval = 492466339 TSecr = 288262453
2792.8.786222, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2178, Negotiation Protocol Request
2793.8.788306, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 66, "445> 49274 [FIN, ACK] Seq = 1 Ack = 2 Win = 29056 Len = 0 TSval = 288262456 TSecr = 492466316 "
2794.8.788355, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49274> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2 Ack = 2 Win = 131712 Len = 0 TSval = 492466341 TSecr = 288262456
2795.8.788573, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,272, Negotiation Protocol Response
2796.8.788611, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 186 Ack = 413 Win = 7406080 Len = 0 TSval = 492466341 TSecr = 288262456
2800.8.881565, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,232, "Session Installation Request, NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE"
2801.8.885411, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,319, "Session Setup Response, Error: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED, NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE"
2802.8.885488, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 352 Ack = 666 Win = 7405824 Len = 0 TSval = 492466436 TSecr = 288262553
2803,8,887756, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,540, "Session Installation Request, NTLMSSP_AUTH, User: SMBServerHostname root"
2804.8.896983, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,143, "Session Installation Response, Error: STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE"
2805.8.897079, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 826 Ack = 743 Win = 7405696 Len = 0 TSval = 492466447 TSecr = 288262565
2806.8.902278, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,232, "Session Installation Request, NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE"
2807.8.905787, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,319, "Session Installation Response, Error: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED, NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE"
2808.8.905878, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 992 Ack = 996 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492466455 TSecr = 288262573
2809.8.907242, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,540, "Session Setup Request, NTLMSSP_AUTH, User: SMBServerHostname root"
2810.8.915419, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,143, "Session Installation Response, Error: STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE"
2811.8.915507, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 1466 Ack = 1073 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492466464 TSecr = 288262583
3769,26.062858, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,232, "Session Setup Request, NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE"
3770,26.163475, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,319, "Session Setup Response, Error: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED, NTLMSSP_CHALLENGE"
3771,26.163543, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 1632 Ack = 1326 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492483488 TSecr = 288279831
3772,26.165485, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,540, "Session Setup Request, NTLMSSP_AUTH, User: SMBServerHostname root"
3773,26.336004, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 66,445> 49276 [ACK] Seq = 1326 Ack = 2106 Win = 35456 Len = 0 TSval = 288279876 TSecr = 492483489
3775,26.336007, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2171, Session Installation Program Response
3776,26.336087, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2106 Ack = 1431 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492483659 TSecr = 288279916
3783,26.46547, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,170, Tree Connection Request Tree: \ SMBServerHostname IPC $
3784,26.466583, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, TCP, 66,445> 49276 [ACK] Seq = 1431 Ack = 2210 Win = 35456 Len = 0 TSval = 288280134 TSecr = 492483787
3785,26.46866, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,150, Tree Connect Response
3786,26.468706, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2210 Ack = 1515 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492483790 TSecr = 288280136
3787,26.468819, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,230, Create Request File: srvsvc
3788,26.471771, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2222, Create Response File: srvsvc
3789,26.471838, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2374 Ack = 1671 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492483793 TSecr = 288280139
3790,26,47217, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, DCERPC, 262, "Bind: call_id: 1, fragment: single, 1 context elements: SRVSVC version 3.0 (32-bit nonconformity report)"
3791,26.474815, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, DCERPC, 250, "Bind_ack: call_id: 1, Fragment: Single, max_xmit: 4280 max_recv: 4280, 1 results: Acceptance"
3792,26.474859, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2570 Ack = 1855 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492483796 TSecr = 288280142
3793,26.475701, request Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SRVSVC, 278, NetShareEnumAll
3794,26.479409, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,143, "Ioctl Response, Error: STATUS_PENDING"
3795,26.47947, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2782 Ack = 1932 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492483800 TSecr = 288280147
3796,26,479634, SMBServerHostname.local, response Mac-ClientSMB.local, SRVSVC, 702, NetShareEnumAll
3797,26.479689, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2782 Ack = 2568 Win = 7404928 Len = 0 TSval = 492483800 TSecr = 288280147
3798,26.480282, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,158, Close the request file: srvsvc
3799,26.481727, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,194, Closed Response
3800.26.48178, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2874 Ack = 2696 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492483802 TSecr = 288280149
3801,26,48186, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,138, Tree Disconnect Request
3802,26.483827, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,138, Tree Disconnect Response
3803,26,483897, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 2946 Ack = 2768 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492483804 TSecr = 288280151
3824,28.16751, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,182, Tree Connection Request Tree: \ SMBServerHostname SMBServerHostnameLOGS
3829,28.242395, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,150, Tree Connect Response
3830.28.24248, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3062 Ack = 2852 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492485552 TSecr = 288281910
3834,28.245251, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,170, Tree Connection Query Tree: \ SMBServerHostname IPC $
3835,28.248006, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,150, Tree Connect Response
3836.28.248048, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3166 Ack = 2936 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492485556 TSecr = 288281915
3837,28.248134, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,230, Create an application file: lsarpc
3838,28.250815, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2222, Create an Answer File: lsarpc
3839.28.250856, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3330 Ack = 3092 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492485558 TSecr = 288281918
3840,28,251021, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, DCERPC, 262, "Bind: call_id: 3, fragment: single, 1 context elements: LSARPC version 4.0 (32-bit nonconformity report)"
3841,28.253495, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, DCERPC, 250, "Bind_ack: call_id: 3, Fragment: Single, max_xmit: 4280 max_recv: 4280, 1 results: Acceptance"
3842,28,253538, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3526 Ack = 3276 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492485560 TSecr = 288281921
3843,28,253699, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, LSARPC, 258, request lsa_GetUserName
3844,28.256607, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, LSARPC, 286, Answer lsa_GetUserName
3845.28.256683, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3718 Ack = 3496 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492485563 TSecr = 288281924
3846,28,256923, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, LSARPC, 282, request lsa_OpenPolicy2
3847,28.259367, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, LSARPC, 230, Answer lsa_OpenPolicy2
3848,28.259444, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 3934 Ack = 3660 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492485565 TSecr = 288281926
3849,28,259879, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, LSARPC, 302, request lsa_LookupNames
3850,28.263534, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,143, "Ioctl Response, Error: STATUS_PENDING"
3851,28.263539, SMBServerHostname.local, response Mac-ClientSMB.local, LSARPC, 326, lsa_LookupNames
3852,28.263647, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 4170 Ack = 3737 Win = 7405440 Len = 0 TSval = 492485569 TSecr = 288281931
3853,28.263647, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 4170 Ack = 3997 Win = 7405184 Len = 0 TSval = 492485569 TSecr = 288281931
3854,28.263903, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, LSARPC, 234, request lsa_Close
3855,28.266342, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, LSARPC, 230, lsa_Close response
3856,28.266439, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, TCP, 66,49276> 445 [ACK] Seq = 4338 Ack = 4161 Win = 7405312 Len = 0 TSval = 492485571 TSecr = 288281933
3857,28.266709, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,158, Close the request file: lsarpc
3858,28.267637, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMBServerHostname.local, SMB2,222, Ioctl Request FSCTL_VALIDATE_NEGOTIATE_INFO
3859,28,268592, SMBServerHostname.local, Mac-ClientSMB.local, SMB2,194, Closed Response