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FIND_NAME_HEADER info  Overview  Group

The FIND_NAME_HEADER structure contains information about a network name. This structure is followed by as many FIND_NAME_BUFFER structures as are required to describe the name.

typedef struct _FIND_NAME_HEADER { // fnh 

    WORD  node_count; 

    UCHAR reserved; 

    UCHAR unique_group; 




Specifies the number of nodes on which the specified name was found. This structure is followed by the number of FIND_NAME_BUFFER structures specified by the node_count member.
Specifies whether the name is unique. This value is 0 to specify a unique name or 1 to specify a group.


The FIND_NAME_HEADER structure is pointed to by the ncb_buffer member of the NCB structure when an application issues an NCBFINDNAME command.

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