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ntstatus.h

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/*++ BUILD Version: 0005    // Increment this if a change has global effects

 

Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

Module Name:

 

    ntstatus.h

 

Abstract:

 

    Constant definitions for the NTSTATUS values.

 

Author:

 

    Portable Systems Group 30-Mar-1989

 

Revision History:

 

Notes:

 

    This file is generated by the MC tool from the ntstatus.mc file.

 

    Please add new error values to the end of the file. To do otherwise

    will jumble the error values.

 

    Search for "**** New SYSTEM error codes can be inserted here ****" to

    find where to insert new error codes

--*/

 

#ifndef _NTSTATUS_

#define _NTSTATUS_

 

#if defined (_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1020)

#pragma once

#endif

 

#ifndef WIN32_NO_STATUS // winnt

// begin_ntsecapi

 

/*lint -save -e767 */  // Don't complain about different definitions // winnt

 

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

// Please update FACILITY_MAXIMUM_VALUE when adding new facility values.

//     (This value should be greater than the highest value above)

//

// Facility 0x17 is reserved and used in isolation lib as

//             PIE=0x17:FACILITY_MANIFEST_ERROR_CODE

//

//

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

// Standard Success values

//

//

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

 

//

// The success status codes 0 - 63 are reserved for wait completion status.

// FacilityCodes 0x5 - 0xF have been allocated by various drivers.

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_0                           ((NTSTATUS)0x00000000L) // winnt

 

//

//  Values are 32 bit values laid out as follows:

//

//   3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

//   1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

//  +---+-+-+-----------------------+-------------------------------+

//  |Sev|C|R|     Facility          |               Code            |

//  +---+-+-+-----------------------+-------------------------------+

//

//  where

//

//      Sev - is the severity code

//

//          00 - Success

//          01 - Informational

//          10 - Warning

//          11 - Error

//

//      C - is the Customer code flag

//

//      R - is a reserved bit

//

//      Facility - is the facility code

//

//      Code - is the facility's status code

//

//

// Define the facility codes

//

#define FACILITY_VOLSNAP                 0x50

#define FACILITY_VOLMGR                  0x38

#define FACILITY_VIRTUALIZATION          0x37

#define FACILITY_VIDEO                   0x1B

#define FACILITY_USB_ERROR_CODE          0x10

#define FACILITY_TRANSACTION             0x19

#define FACILITY_TPM                     0x29

#define FACILITY_TERMINAL_SERVER         0xA

#define FACILITY_SXS_ERROR_CODE          0x15

#define FACILITY_NTSSPI                  0x9

#define FACILITY_SPACES                  0xE7

#define FACILITY_SHARED_VHDX             0x5C

#define FACILITY_SECUREBOOT              0x43

#define FACILITY_SDBUS                   0x51

#define FACILITY_RPC_STUBS               0x3

#define FACILITY_RPC_RUNTIME             0x2

#define FACILITY_RESUME_KEY_FILTER       0x40

#define FACILITY_RDBSS                   0x41

#define FACILITY_NTWIN32                 0x7

#define FACILITY_WIN32K_NTUSER           0x3E

#define FACILITY_WIN32K_NTGDI            0x3F

#define FACILITY_NDIS_ERROR_CODE         0x23

#define FACILTIY_MUI_ERROR_CODE          0xB

#define FACILITY_MONITOR                 0x1D

#define FACILITY_MAXIMUM_VALUE           0xE8

#define FACILITY_IPSEC                   0x36

#define FACILITY_IO_ERROR_CODE           0x4

#define FACILITY_INTERIX                 0x99

#define FACILITY_HYPERVISOR              0x35

#define FACILITY_HID_ERROR_CODE          0x11

#define FACILITY_GRAPHICS_KERNEL         0x1E

#define FACILITY_FWP_ERROR_CODE          0x22

#define FACILITY_FVE_ERROR_CODE          0x21

#define FACILITY_FIREWIRE_ERROR_CODE     0x12

#define FACILITY_FILTER_MANAGER          0x1C

#define FACILITY_DRIVER_FRAMEWORK        0x20

#define FACILITY_DEBUGGER                0x1

#define FACILITY_COMMONLOG               0x1A

#define FACILITY_CODCLASS_ERROR_CODE     0x6

#define FACILITY_CLUSTER_ERROR_CODE      0x13

#define FACILITY_NTCERT                  0x8

#define FACILITY_BTH_ATT                 0x42

#define FACILITY_BCD_ERROR_CODE          0x39

#define FACILITY_AUDIO_KERNEL            0x44

#define FACILITY_ACPI_ERROR_CODE         0x14

 

 

//

// Define the severity codes

//

#define STATUS_SEVERITY_WARNING          0x2

#define STATUS_SEVERITY_SUCCESS          0x0

#define STATUS_SEVERITY_INFORMATIONAL    0x1

#define STATUS_SEVERITY_ERROR            0x3

 

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SUCCESS

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_SUCCESS

//

#define STATUS_SUCCESS                   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000000L)    // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAIT_1

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_WAIT_1

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_1                    ((NTSTATUS)0x00000001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAIT_2

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_WAIT_2

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_2                    ((NTSTATUS)0x00000002L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAIT_3

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_WAIT_3

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_3                    ((NTSTATUS)0x00000003L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAIT_63

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_WAIT_63

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_63                   ((NTSTATUS)0x0000003FL)

 

 

//

// The success status codes 128 - 191 are reserved for wait completion

// status with an abandoned mutant object.

//

#define STATUS_ABANDONED                        ((NTSTATUS)0x00000080L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_0

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_0

//

#define STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_0          ((NTSTATUS)0x00000080L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_63

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_63

//

#define STATUS_ABANDONED_WAIT_63         ((NTSTATUS)0x000000BFL)

 

 

//

// The success status codes 256, 257, 258, and 258 are reserved for

// User APC, Kernel APC, Alerted, and Timeout.

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER_APC

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_USER_APC

//

#define STATUS_USER_APC                  ((NTSTATUS)0x000000C0L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KERNEL_APC

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_KERNEL_APC

//

#define STATUS_KERNEL_APC                ((NTSTATUS)0x00000100L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALERTED

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ALERTED

//

#define STATUS_ALERTED                   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000101L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TIMEOUT

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_TIMEOUT

//

#define STATUS_TIMEOUT                   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000102L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PENDING

//

// MessageText:

//

// The operation that was requested is pending completion.

//

#define STATUS_PENDING                   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000103L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPARSE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A reparse should be performed by the Object Manager since the name of the file resulted in a symbolic link.

//

#define STATUS_REPARSE                   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000104L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MORE_ENTRIES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Returned by enumeration APIs to indicate more information is available to successive calls.

//

#define STATUS_MORE_ENTRIES              ((NTSTATUS)0x00000105L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_ALL_ASSIGNED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates not all privileges or groups referenced are assigned to the caller.

// This allows, for example, all privileges to be disabled without having to know exactly which privileges are assigned.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_ALL_ASSIGNED          ((NTSTATUS)0x00000106L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SOME_NOT_MAPPED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Some of the information to be translated has not been translated.

//

#define STATUS_SOME_NOT_MAPPED           ((NTSTATUS)0x00000107L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OPLOCK_BREAK_IN_PROGRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// An open/create operation completed while an oplock break is underway.

//

#define STATUS_OPLOCK_BREAK_IN_PROGRESS  ((NTSTATUS)0x00000108L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VOLUME_MOUNTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A new volume has been mounted by a file system.

//

#define STATUS_VOLUME_MOUNTED            ((NTSTATUS)0x00000109L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RXACT_COMMITTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// This success level status indicates that the transaction state already exists for the registry sub-tree, but that a transaction commit was previously aborted. The commit has now been completed.

//

#define STATUS_RXACT_COMMITTED           ((NTSTATUS)0x0000010AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOTIFY_CLEANUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// This indicates that a notify change request has been completed due to closing the handle which made the notify change request.

//

#define STATUS_NOTIFY_CLEANUP            ((NTSTATUS)0x0000010BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOTIFY_ENUM_DIR

//

// MessageText:

//

// This indicates that a notify change request is being completed and that the information is not being returned in the caller's buffer.

// The caller now needs to enumerate the files to find the changes.

//

#define STATUS_NOTIFY_ENUM_DIR           ((NTSTATUS)0x0000010CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_QUOTAS_FOR_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No Quotas}

// No system quota limits are specifically set for this account.

//

#define STATUS_NO_QUOTAS_FOR_ACCOUNT     ((NTSTATUS)0x0000010DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRIMARY_TRANSPORT_CONNECT_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Connect Failure on Primary Transport}

// An attempt was made to connect to the remote server %hs on the primary transport, but the connection failed.

// The computer WAS able to connect on a secondary transport.

//

#define STATUS_PRIMARY_TRANSPORT_CONNECT_FAILED ((NTSTATUS)0x0000010EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_TRANSITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page fault was a transition fault.

//

#define STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_TRANSITION     ((NTSTATUS)0x00000110L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_DEMAND_ZERO

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page fault was a demand zero fault.

//

#define STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_DEMAND_ZERO    ((NTSTATUS)0x00000111L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_COPY_ON_WRITE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page fault was a demand zero fault.

//

#define STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_COPY_ON_WRITE  ((NTSTATUS)0x00000112L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_GUARD_PAGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page fault was a demand zero fault.

//

#define STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_GUARD_PAGE     ((NTSTATUS)0x00000113L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_PAGING_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page fault was satisfied by reading from a secondary storage device.

//

#define STATUS_PAGE_FAULT_PAGING_FILE    ((NTSTATUS)0x00000114L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CACHE_PAGE_LOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Cached page was locked during operation.

//

#define STATUS_CACHE_PAGE_LOCKED         ((NTSTATUS)0x00000115L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CRASH_DUMP

//

// MessageText:

//

// Crash dump exists in paging file.

//

#define STATUS_CRASH_DUMP                ((NTSTATUS)0x00000116L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BUFFER_ALL_ZEROS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Specified buffer contains all zeros.

//

#define STATUS_BUFFER_ALL_ZEROS          ((NTSTATUS)0x00000117L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPARSE_OBJECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// A reparse should be performed by the Object Manager since the name of the file resulted in a symbolic link.

//

#define STATUS_REPARSE_OBJECT            ((NTSTATUS)0x00000118L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_CHANGED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device has succeeded a query-stop and its resource requirements have changed.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_REQUIREMENTS_CHANGED ((NTSTATUS)0x00000119L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSLATION_COMPLETE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The translator has translated these resources into the global space and no further translations should be performed.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSLATION_COMPLETE      ((NTSTATUS)0x00000120L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_MEMBERSHIP_EVALUATED_LOCALLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service evaluated group memberships locally, as it was unable to contact a global catalog server.

//

#define STATUS_DS_MEMBERSHIP_EVALUATED_LOCALLY ((NTSTATUS)0x00000121L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOTHING_TO_TERMINATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A process being terminated has no threads to terminate.

//

#define STATUS_NOTHING_TO_TERMINATE      ((NTSTATUS)0x00000122L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROCESS_NOT_IN_JOB

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified process is not part of a job.

//

#define STATUS_PROCESS_NOT_IN_JOB        ((NTSTATUS)0x00000123L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROCESS_IN_JOB

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified process is part of a job.

//

#define STATUS_PROCESS_IN_JOB            ((NTSTATUS)0x00000124L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VOLSNAP_HIBERNATE_READY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Volume Shadow Copy Service}

// The system is now ready for hibernation.

//

#define STATUS_VOLSNAP_HIBERNATE_READY   ((NTSTATUS)0x00000125L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FSFILTER_OP_COMPLETED_SUCCESSFULLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A file system or file system filter driver has successfully completed an FsFilter operation.

//

#define STATUS_FSFILTER_OP_COMPLETED_SUCCESSFULLY ((NTSTATUS)0x00000126L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTERRUPT_VECTOR_ALREADY_CONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified interrupt vector was already connected.

//

#define STATUS_INTERRUPT_VECTOR_ALREADY_CONNECTED ((NTSTATUS)0x00000127L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTERRUPT_STILL_CONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified interrupt vector is still connected.

//

#define STATUS_INTERRUPT_STILL_CONNECTED ((NTSTATUS)0x00000128L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROCESS_CLONED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The current process is a cloned process.

//

#define STATUS_PROCESS_CLONED            ((NTSTATUS)0x00000129L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_LOCKED_WITH_ONLY_READERS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file was locked and all users of the file can only read.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_LOCKED_WITH_ONLY_READERS ((NTSTATUS)0x0000012AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_LOCKED_WITH_WRITERS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file was locked and at least one user of the file can write.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_LOCKED_WITH_WRITERS  ((NTSTATUS)0x0000012BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VALID_IMAGE_HASH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file image hash is valid.

//

#define STATUS_VALID_IMAGE_HASH          ((NTSTATUS)0x0000012CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VALID_CATALOG_HASH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file catalog hash is valid.

//

#define STATUS_VALID_CATALOG_HASH        ((NTSTATUS)0x0000012DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCEMANAGER_READ_ONLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ResourceManager made no changes or updates to the resource under this transaction.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCEMANAGER_READ_ONLY ((NTSTATUS)0x00000202L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ring buffer was empty before the packet was successfully inserted.

//

#define STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_EMPTY     ((NTSTATUS)0x00000210L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ring buffer was full before the packet was successfully removed.

//

#define STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_FULL      ((NTSTATUS)0x00000211L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_ABOVE_QUOTA

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ring buffer has dropped below its quota of outstanding transactions.

//

#define STATUS_RING_PREVIOUSLY_ABOVE_QUOTA ((NTSTATUS)0x00000212L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RING_NEWLY_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ring buffer has, with the removal of the current packet, now become empty.

//

#define STATUS_RING_NEWLY_EMPTY          ((NTSTATUS)0x00000213L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RING_SIGNAL_OPPOSITE_ENDPOINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified ring buffer was either previously empty or previously full which implies that the caller should signal the opposite endpoint.

//

#define STATUS_RING_SIGNAL_OPPOSITE_ENDPOINT ((NTSTATUS)0x00000214L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OPLOCK_SWITCHED_TO_NEW_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The oplock that was associated with this handle is now associated with a different handle.

//

#define STATUS_OPLOCK_SWITCHED_TO_NEW_HANDLE ((NTSTATUS)0x00000215L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OPLOCK_HANDLE_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The handle with which this oplock was associated has been closed.  The oplock is now broken.

//

#define STATUS_OPLOCK_HANDLE_CLOSED      ((NTSTATUS)0x00000216L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAIT_FOR_OPLOCK

//

// MessageText:

//

// An operation is blocked waiting for an oplock.

//

#define STATUS_WAIT_FOR_OPLOCK           ((NTSTATUS)0x00000367L)

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_EXCEPTION_HANDLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger handled exception

//

#define DBG_EXCEPTION_HANDLED            ((NTSTATUS)0x00010001L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_CONTINUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger continued

//

#define DBG_CONTINUE                     ((NTSTATUS)0x00010002L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLT_IO_COMPLETE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The IO was completed by a filter.

//

#define STATUS_FLT_IO_COMPLETE           ((NTSTATUS)0x001C0001L)

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

// Standard Information values

//

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Object Exists}

// An attempt was made to create an object and the object name already existed.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_EXISTS        ((NTSTATUS)0x40000000L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_THREAD_WAS_SUSPENDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Thread Suspended}

// A thread termination occurred while the thread was suspended. The thread was resumed, and termination proceeded.

//

#define STATUS_THREAD_WAS_SUSPENDED      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WORKING_SET_LIMIT_RANGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Working Set Range Error}

// An attempt was made to set the working set minimum or maximum to values which are outside of the allowable range.

//

#define STATUS_WORKING_SET_LIMIT_RANGE   ((NTSTATUS)0x40000002L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_NOT_AT_BASE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Image Relocated}

// An image file could not be mapped at the address specified in the image file. Local fixups must be performed on this image.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_NOT_AT_BASE         ((NTSTATUS)0x40000003L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RXACT_STATE_CREATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// This informational level status indicates that a specified registry sub-tree transaction state did not yet exist and had to be created.

//

#define STATUS_RXACT_STATE_CREATED       ((NTSTATUS)0x40000004L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SEGMENT_NOTIFICATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Segment Load}

// A virtual DOS machine (VDM) is loading, unloading, or moving an MS-DOS or Win16 program segment image.

// An exception is raised so a debugger can load, unload or track symbols and breakpoints within these 16-bit segments.

//

#define STATUS_SEGMENT_NOTIFICATION      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000005L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Local Session Key}

// A user session key was requested for a local RPC connection. The session key returned is a constant value and not unique to this connection.

//

#define STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY    ((NTSTATUS)0x40000006L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_CURRENT_DIRECTORY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid Current Directory}

// The process cannot switch to the startup current directory %hs.

// Select OK to set current directory to %hs, or select CANCEL to exit.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_CURRENT_DIRECTORY     ((NTSTATUS)0x40000007L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERIAL_MORE_WRITES

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Serial IOCTL Complete}

// A serial I/O operation was completed by another write to a serial port.

// (The IOCTL_SERIAL_XOFF_COUNTER reached zero.)

//

#define STATUS_SERIAL_MORE_WRITES        ((NTSTATUS)0x40000008L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_RECOVERED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Registry Recovery}

// One of the files containing the system's Registry data had to be recovered by use of a log or alternate copy. The recovery was successful.

//

#define STATUS_REGISTRY_RECOVERED        ((NTSTATUS)0x40000009L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FT_READ_RECOVERY_FROM_BACKUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Redundant Read}

// To satisfy a read request, the NT fault-tolerant file system successfully read the requested data from a redundant copy.

// This was done because the file system encountered a failure on a member of the fault-tolerant volume, but was unable to reassign the failing area of the device.

//

#define STATUS_FT_READ_RECOVERY_FROM_BACKUP ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FT_WRITE_RECOVERY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Redundant Write}

// To satisfy a write request, the NT fault-tolerant file system successfully wrote a redundant copy of the information.

// This was done because the file system encountered a failure on a member of the fault-tolerant volume, but was not able to reassign the failing area of the device.

//

#define STATUS_FT_WRITE_RECOVERY         ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERIAL_COUNTER_TIMEOUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Serial IOCTL Timeout}

// A serial I/O operation completed because the time-out period expired. (The IOCTL_SERIAL_XOFF_COUNTER had not reached zero.)

//

#define STATUS_SERIAL_COUNTER_TIMEOUT    ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NULL_LM_PASSWORD

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Password Too Complex}

// The Windows password is too complex to be converted to a LAN Manager password. The LAN Manager password returned is a NULL string.

//

#define STATUS_NULL_LM_PASSWORD          ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_MACHINE_TYPE_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Machine Type Mismatch}

// The image file %hs is valid, but is for a machine type other than the current machine. Select OK to continue, or CANCEL to fail the DLL load.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_MACHINE_TYPE_MISMATCH ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RECEIVE_PARTIAL

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Partial Data Received}

// The network transport returned partial data to its client. The remaining data will be sent later.

//

#define STATUS_RECEIVE_PARTIAL           ((NTSTATUS)0x4000000FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RECEIVE_EXPEDITED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Expedited Data Received}

// The network transport returned data to its client that was marked as expedited by the remote system.

//

#define STATUS_RECEIVE_EXPEDITED         ((NTSTATUS)0x40000010L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RECEIVE_PARTIAL_EXPEDITED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Partial Expedited Data Received}

// The network transport returned partial data to its client and this data was marked as expedited by the remote system. The remaining data will be sent later.

//

#define STATUS_RECEIVE_PARTIAL_EXPEDITED ((NTSTATUS)0x40000011L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVENT_DONE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {TDI Event Done}

// The TDI indication has completed successfully.

//

#define STATUS_EVENT_DONE                ((NTSTATUS)0x40000012L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVENT_PENDING

//

// MessageText:

//

// {TDI Event Pending}

// The TDI indication has entered the pending state.

//

#define STATUS_EVENT_PENDING             ((NTSTATUS)0x40000013L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CHECKING_FILE_SYSTEM

//

// MessageText:

//

// Checking file system on %wZ

//

#define STATUS_CHECKING_FILE_SYSTEM      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000014L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FATAL_APP_EXIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Fatal Application Exit}

// %hs

//

#define STATUS_FATAL_APP_EXIT            ((NTSTATUS)0x40000015L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PREDEFINED_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified registry key is referenced by a predefined handle.

//

#define STATUS_PREDEFINED_HANDLE         ((NTSTATUS)0x40000016L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAS_UNLOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Page Unlocked}

// The page protection of a locked page was changed to 'No Access' and the page was unlocked from memory and from the process.

//

#define STATUS_WAS_UNLOCKED              ((NTSTATUS)0x40000017L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVICE_NOTIFICATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// %hs

//

#define STATUS_SERVICE_NOTIFICATION      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000018L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAS_LOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Page Locked}

// One of the pages to lock was already locked.

//

#define STATUS_WAS_LOCKED                ((NTSTATUS)0x40000019L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOG_HARD_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// Application popup: %1 : %2

//

#define STATUS_LOG_HARD_ERROR            ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALREADY_WIN32

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ALREADY_WIN32

//

#define STATUS_ALREADY_WIN32             ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_UNSIMULATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_UNSIMULATE           ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_CONTINUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_CONTINUE             ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_SINGLE_STEP

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_SINGLE_STEP          ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_BREAKPOINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_BREAKPOINT           ((NTSTATUS)0x4000001FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_CONTINUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_CONTINUE   ((NTSTATUS)0x40000020L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_LASTCHANCE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_LASTCHANCE ((NTSTATUS)0x40000021L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_CHAIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_EXCEPTION_CHAIN      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000022L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_MACHINE_TYPE_MISMATCH_EXE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Machine Type Mismatch}

// The image file %hs is valid, but is for a machine type other than the current machine.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_MACHINE_TYPE_MISMATCH_EXE ((NTSTATUS)0x40000023L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_YIELD_PERFORMED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A yield execution was performed and no thread was available to run.

//

#define STATUS_NO_YIELD_PERFORMED        ((NTSTATUS)0x40000024L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TIMER_RESUME_IGNORED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The resumable flag to a timer API was ignored.

//

#define STATUS_TIMER_RESUME_IGNORED      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000025L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ARBITRATION_UNHANDLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The arbiter has deferred arbitration of these resources to its parent

//

#define STATUS_ARBITRATION_UNHANDLED     ((NTSTATUS)0x40000026L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CARDBUS_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device "%hs" has detected a CardBus card in its slot, but the firmware on this system is not configured to allow the CardBus controller to be run in CardBus mode.

// The operating system will currently accept only 16-bit (R2) pc-cards on this controller.

//

#define STATUS_CARDBUS_NOT_SUPPORTED     ((NTSTATUS)0x40000027L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_CREATEWX86TIB

//

// MessageText:

//

// Exception status code used by Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_CREATEWX86TIB        ((NTSTATUS)0x40000028L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MP_PROCESSOR_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The CPUs in this multiprocessor system are not all the same revision level. To use all processors the operating system restricts itself to the features of the least capable processor in the system. Should problems occur with this system, contact the CPU manufacturer to see if this mix of processors is supported.

//

#define STATUS_MP_PROCESSOR_MISMATCH     ((NTSTATUS)0x40000029L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HIBERNATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system was put into hibernation.

//

#define STATUS_HIBERNATED                ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002AL)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESUME_HIBERNATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system was resumed from hibernation.

//

#define STATUS_RESUME_HIBERNATION        ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002BL)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FIRMWARE_UPDATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Windows has detected that the system firmware (BIOS) was updated [previous firmware date = %2, current firmware date %3].

//

#define STATUS_FIRMWARE_UPDATED          ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVERS_LEAKING_LOCKED_PAGES

//

// MessageText:

//

// A device driver is leaking locked I/O pages causing system degradation. The system has automatically enabled tracking code in order to try and catch the culprit.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVERS_LEAKING_LOCKED_PAGES ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MESSAGE_RETRIEVED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The ALPC message being canceled has already been retrieved from the queue on the other side.

//

#define STATUS_MESSAGE_RETRIEVED         ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_POWERSTATE_TRANSITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system power state is transitioning from %2 to %3.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_POWERSTATE_TRANSITION ((NTSTATUS)0x4000002FL)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALPC_CHECK_COMPLETION_LIST

//

// MessageText:

//

// The receive operation was successful. Check the ALPC completion list for the received message.

//

#define STATUS_ALPC_CHECK_COMPLETION_LIST ((NTSTATUS)0x40000030L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_POWERSTATE_COMPLEX_TRANSITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system power state is transitioning from %2 to %3 but could enter %4.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_POWERSTATE_COMPLEX_TRANSITION ((NTSTATUS)0x40000031L)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_AUDIT_BY_POLICY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 is monitored by policy rule %2.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_AUDIT_BY_POLICY    ((NTSTATUS)0x40000032L)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABANDON_HIBERFILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A valid hibernation file has been invalidated and should be abandoned.

//

#define STATUS_ABANDON_HIBERFILE         ((NTSTATUS)0x40000033L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BIZRULES_NOT_ENABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Business rule scripts are disabled for the calling application.

//

#define STATUS_BIZRULES_NOT_ENABLED      ((NTSTATUS)0x40000034L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FT_READ_FROM_COPY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified copy of the requested data was successfully read.

//

#define STATUS_FT_READ_FROM_COPY         ((NTSTATUS)0x40000035L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_AT_DIFFERENT_BASE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Image Relocated}

// An image file was mapped at a different address from the one specified in the image file but fixups will still be automatically performed on the image.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_AT_DIFFERENT_BASE   ((NTSTATUS)0x40000036L)

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_REPLY_LATER

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger will reply later.

//

#define DBG_REPLY_LATER                  ((NTSTATUS)0x40010001L)

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_UNABLE_TO_PROVIDE_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger cannot provide handle.

//

#define DBG_UNABLE_TO_PROVIDE_HANDLE     ((NTSTATUS)0x40010002L)

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_TERMINATE_THREAD

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger terminated thread.

//

#define DBG_TERMINATE_THREAD             ((NTSTATUS)0x40010003L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_TERMINATE_PROCESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger terminated process.

//

#define DBG_TERMINATE_PROCESS            ((NTSTATUS)0x40010004L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_CONTROL_C

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger got control C.

//

#define DBG_CONTROL_C                    ((NTSTATUS)0x40010005L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_PRINTEXCEPTION_C

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger printed exception on control C.

//

#define DBG_PRINTEXCEPTION_C             ((NTSTATUS)0x40010006L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_RIPEXCEPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger received RIP exception.

//

#define DBG_RIPEXCEPTION                 ((NTSTATUS)0x40010007L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_CONTROL_BREAK

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger received control break.

//

#define DBG_CONTROL_BREAK                ((NTSTATUS)0x40010008L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_COMMAND_EXCEPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger command communication exception.

//

#define DBG_COMMAND_EXCEPTION            ((NTSTATUS)0x40010009L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HEURISTIC_DAMAGE_POSSIBLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attempt to commit the Transaction completed, but it is possible that some portion of the transaction tree did not commit successfully due to heuristics.  Therefore it is possible that some data modified in the transaction may not have committed, resulting in transactional inconsistency.  If possible, check the consistency of the associated data.

//

#define STATUS_HEURISTIC_DAMAGE_POSSIBLE ((NTSTATUS)0x40190001L)

 

 

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

// Standard Warning values

//

//

// Note:  Do NOT use the value 0x80000000L, as this is a non-portable value

//        for the NT_SUCCESS macro. Warning values start with a code of 1.

//

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GUARD_PAGE_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Guard Page Exception

// A page of memory that marks the end of a data structure, such as a stack or an array, has been accessed.

//

#define STATUS_GUARD_PAGE_VIOLATION      ((NTSTATUS)0x80000001L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATATYPE_MISALIGNMENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Alignment Fault

// A datatype misalignment was detected in a load or store instruction.

//

#define STATUS_DATATYPE_MISALIGNMENT     ((NTSTATUS)0x80000002L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BREAKPOINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Breakpoint

// A breakpoint has been reached.

//

#define STATUS_BREAKPOINT                ((NTSTATUS)0x80000003L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SINGLE_STEP

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Single Step

// A single step or trace operation has just been completed.

//

#define STATUS_SINGLE_STEP               ((NTSTATUS)0x80000004L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BUFFER_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Buffer Overflow}

// The data was too large to fit into the specified buffer.

//

#define STATUS_BUFFER_OVERFLOW           ((NTSTATUS)0x80000005L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MORE_FILES

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No More Files}

// No more files were found which match the file specification.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MORE_FILES             ((NTSTATUS)0x80000006L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAKE_SYSTEM_DEBUGGER

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Kernel Debugger Awakened}

// the system debugger was awakened by an interrupt.

//

#define STATUS_WAKE_SYSTEM_DEBUGGER      ((NTSTATUS)0x80000007L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HANDLES_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Handles Closed}

// Handles to objects have been automatically closed as a result of the requested operation.

//

#define STATUS_HANDLES_CLOSED            ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_INHERITANCE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Non-Inheritable ACL}

// An access control list (ACL) contains no components that can be inherited.

//

#define STATUS_NO_INHERITANCE            ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GUID_SUBSTITUTION_MADE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {GUID Substitution}

// During the translation of a global identifier (GUID) to a Windows security ID (SID), no administratively-defined GUID prefix was found. A substitute prefix was used, which will not compromise system security. However, this may provide a more restrictive access than intended.

//

#define STATUS_GUID_SUBSTITUTION_MADE    ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PARTIAL_COPY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Partial Copy}

// Due to protection conflicts not all the requested bytes could be copied.

//

#define STATUS_PARTIAL_COPY              ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_PAPER_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Out of Paper}

// The printer is out of paper.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_PAPER_EMPTY        ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_POWERED_OFF

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Device Power Is Off}

// The printer power has been turned off.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_POWERED_OFF        ((NTSTATUS)0x8000000FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_OFF_LINE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Device Offline}

// The printer has been taken offline.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_OFF_LINE           ((NTSTATUS)0x80000010L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_BUSY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Device Busy}

// The device is currently busy.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_BUSY               ((NTSTATUS)0x80000011L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MORE_EAS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No More EAs}

// No more extended attributes (EAs) were found for the file.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MORE_EAS               ((NTSTATUS)0x80000012L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_EA_NAME

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Illegal EA}

// The specified extended attribute (EA) name contains at least one illegal character.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_EA_NAME           ((NTSTATUS)0x80000013L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EA_LIST_INCONSISTENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Inconsistent EA List}

// The extended attribute (EA) list is inconsistent.

//

#define STATUS_EA_LIST_INCONSISTENT      ((NTSTATUS)0x80000014L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_EA_FLAG

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid EA Flag}

// An invalid extended attribute (EA) flag was set.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_EA_FLAG           ((NTSTATUS)0x80000015L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VERIFY_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Verifying Disk}

// The media has changed and a verify operation is in progress so no reads or writes may be performed to the device, except those used in the verify operation.

//

#define STATUS_VERIFY_REQUIRED           ((NTSTATUS)0x80000016L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EXTRANEOUS_INFORMATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Too Much Information}

// The specified access control list (ACL) contained more information than was expected.

//

#define STATUS_EXTRANEOUS_INFORMATION    ((NTSTATUS)0x80000017L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RXACT_COMMIT_NECESSARY

//

// MessageText:

//

// This warning level status indicates that the transaction state already exists for the registry sub-tree, but that a transaction commit was previously aborted.

// The commit has NOT been completed, but has not been rolled back either (so it may still be committed if desired).

//

#define STATUS_RXACT_COMMIT_NECESSARY    ((NTSTATUS)0x80000018L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MORE_ENTRIES

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No More Entries}

// No more entries are available from an enumeration operation.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MORE_ENTRIES           ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILEMARK_DETECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Filemark Found}

// A filemark was detected.

//

#define STATUS_FILEMARK_DETECTED         ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEDIA_CHANGED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Media Changed}

// The media may have changed.

//

#define STATUS_MEDIA_CHANGED             ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BUS_RESET

//

// MessageText:

//

// {I/O Bus Reset}

// An I/O bus reset was detected.

//

#define STATUS_BUS_RESET                 ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_END_OF_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// {End of Media}

// The end of the media was encountered.

//

#define STATUS_END_OF_MEDIA              ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BEGINNING_OF_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Beginning of tape or partition has been detected.

//

#define STATUS_BEGINNING_OF_MEDIA        ((NTSTATUS)0x8000001FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEDIA_CHECK

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Media Changed}

// The media may have changed.

//

#define STATUS_MEDIA_CHECK               ((NTSTATUS)0x80000020L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SETMARK_DETECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A tape access reached a setmark.

//

#define STATUS_SETMARK_DETECTED          ((NTSTATUS)0x80000021L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_DATA_DETECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// During a tape access, the end of the data written is reached.

//

#define STATUS_NO_DATA_DETECTED          ((NTSTATUS)0x80000022L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REDIRECTOR_HAS_OPEN_HANDLES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The redirector is in use and cannot be unloaded.

//

#define STATUS_REDIRECTOR_HAS_OPEN_HANDLES ((NTSTATUS)0x80000023L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVER_HAS_OPEN_HANDLES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The server is in use and cannot be unloaded.

//

#define STATUS_SERVER_HAS_OPEN_HANDLES   ((NTSTATUS)0x80000024L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALREADY_DISCONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified connection has already been disconnected.

//

#define STATUS_ALREADY_DISCONNECTED      ((NTSTATUS)0x80000025L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LONGJUMP

//

// MessageText:

//

// A long jump has been executed.

//

#define STATUS_LONGJUMP                  ((NTSTATUS)0x80000026L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLEANER_CARTRIDGE_INSTALLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A cleaner cartridge is present in the tape library.

//

#define STATUS_CLEANER_CARTRIDGE_INSTALLED ((NTSTATUS)0x80000027L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PLUGPLAY_QUERY_VETOED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Plug and Play query operation was not successful.

//

#define STATUS_PLUGPLAY_QUERY_VETOED     ((NTSTATUS)0x80000028L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNWIND_CONSOLIDATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A frame consolidation has been executed.

//

#define STATUS_UNWIND_CONSOLIDATE        ((NTSTATUS)0x80000029L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_HIVE_RECOVERED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Registry Hive Recovered}

// Registry hive (file):

// %hs

// was corrupted and it has been recovered. Some data might have been lost.

//

#define STATUS_REGISTRY_HIVE_RECOVERED   ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DLL_MIGHT_BE_INSECURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The application is attempting to run executable code from the module %hs. This may be insecure. An alternative, %hs, is available. Should the application use the secure module %hs?

//

#define STATUS_DLL_MIGHT_BE_INSECURE     ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DLL_MIGHT_BE_INCOMPATIBLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The application is loading executable code from the module %hs. This is secure, but may be incompatible with previous releases of the operating system. An alternative, %hs, is available. Should the application use the secure module %hs?

//

#define STATUS_DLL_MIGHT_BE_INCOMPATIBLE ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STOPPED_ON_SYMLINK

//

// MessageText:

//

// The create operation stopped after reaching a symbolic link.

//

#define STATUS_STOPPED_ON_SYMLINK        ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANNOT_GRANT_REQUESTED_OPLOCK

//

// MessageText:

//

// An oplock of the requested level cannot be granted.  An oplock of a lower level may be available.

//

#define STATUS_CANNOT_GRANT_REQUESTED_OPLOCK ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_ACE_CONDITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No ACE Condition}

// The specified access control entry (ACE) does not contain a condition.

//

#define STATUS_NO_ACE_CONDITION          ((NTSTATUS)0x8000002FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_SUPPORT_IN_PROGRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Support Being Determined}

// Device's command support detection is in progress.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_SUPPORT_IN_PROGRESS ((NTSTATUS)0x80000030L)

 

//

// MessageId: DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger did not handle the exception.

//

#define DBG_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED        ((NTSTATUS)0x80010001L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_UP

//

// MessageText:

//

// The cluster node is already up.

//

#define STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_UP   ((NTSTATUS)0x80130001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_DOWN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The cluster node is already down.

//

#define STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_DOWN ((NTSTATUS)0x80130002L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLUSTER_NETWORK_ALREADY_ONLINE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The cluster network is already online.

//

#define STATUS_CLUSTER_NETWORK_ALREADY_ONLINE ((NTSTATUS)0x80130003L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLUSTER_NETWORK_ALREADY_OFFLINE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The cluster network is already offline.

//

#define STATUS_CLUSTER_NETWORK_ALREADY_OFFLINE ((NTSTATUS)0x80130004L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The cluster node is already a member of the cluster.

//

#define STATUS_CLUSTER_NODE_ALREADY_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0x80130005L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLT_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Buffer too small}

// The buffer is too small to contain the entry. No information has been written to the buffer.

//

#define STATUS_FLT_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL      ((NTSTATUS)0x801C0001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FVE_PARTIAL_METADATA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Volume Metadata read or write is incomplete.

//

#define STATUS_FVE_PARTIAL_METADATA      ((NTSTATUS)0x80210001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FVE_TRANSIENT_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// BitLocker encryption keys were ignored because the volume was in a transient state.

//

#define STATUS_FVE_TRANSIENT_STATE       ((NTSTATUS)0x80210002L)

 

 

 

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

//  Standard Error values

//

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Operation Failed}

// The requested operation was unsuccessful.

//

#define STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000001L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_IMPLEMENTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Not Implemented}

// The requested operation is not implemented.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_IMPLEMENTED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000002L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_INFO_CLASS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid Parameter}

// The specified information class is not a valid information class for the specified object.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_INFO_CLASS        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000003L)    // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INFO_LENGTH_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified information record length does not match the length required for the specified information class.

//

#define STATUS_INFO_LENGTH_MISMATCH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000004L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The instruction at 0x%08lx referenced memory at 0x%08lx. The memory could not be %s.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000005L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IN_PAGE_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The instruction at 0x%p referenced memory at 0x%p. The required data was not placed into memory because of an I/O error status of 0x%x.

//

#define STATUS_IN_PAGE_ERROR             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000006L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGEFILE_QUOTA

//

// MessageText:

//

// The pagefile quota for the process has been exhausted.

//

#define STATUS_PAGEFILE_QUOTA            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000007L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid HANDLE was specified.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_HANDLE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000008L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_INITIAL_STACK

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid initial stack was specified in a call to NtCreateThread.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_INITIAL_STACK         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000009L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_INITIAL_PC

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid initial start address was specified in a call to NtCreateThread.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_INITIAL_PC            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_CID

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid Client ID was specified.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_CID               ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TIMER_NOT_CANCELED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to cancel or set a timer that has an associated APC and the subject thread is not the thread that originally set the timer with an associated APC routine.

//

#define STATUS_TIMER_NOT_CANCELED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000DL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_DEVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A device which does not exist was specified.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_DEVICE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {File Not Found}

// The file %hs does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_FILE              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000000FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_REQUEST

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified request is not a valid operation for the target device.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_REQUEST    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000010L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_END_OF_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The end-of-file marker has been reached. There is no valid data in the file beyond this marker.

//

#define STATUS_END_OF_FILE               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000011L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WRONG_VOLUME

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Wrong Volume}

// The wrong volume is in the drive.

// Please insert volume %hs into drive %hs.

//

#define STATUS_WRONG_VOLUME              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000012L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MEDIA_IN_DEVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No Disk}

// There is no disk in the drive.

// Please insert a disk into drive %hs.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MEDIA_IN_DEVICE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000013L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNRECOGNIZED_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Unknown Disk Format}

// The disk in drive %hs is not formatted properly.

// Please check the disk, and reformat if necessary.

//

#define STATUS_UNRECOGNIZED_MEDIA        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000014L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NONEXISTENT_SECTOR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Sector Not Found}

// The specified sector does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NONEXISTENT_SECTOR        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000015L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Still Busy}

// The specified I/O request packet (IRP) cannot be disposed of because the I/O operation is not complete.

//

#define STATUS_MORE_PROCESSING_REQUIRED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000016L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MEMORY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Not Enough Quota}

// Not enough virtual memory or paging file quota is available to complete the specified operation.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MEMORY                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000017L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONFLICTING_ADDRESSES

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Conflicting Address Range}

// The specified address range conflicts with the address space.

//

#define STATUS_CONFLICTING_ADDRESSES     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000018L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_MAPPED_VIEW

//

// MessageText:

//

// Address range to unmap is not a mapped view.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_MAPPED_VIEW           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000019L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNABLE_TO_FREE_VM

//

// MessageText:

//

// Virtual memory cannot be freed.

//

#define STATUS_UNABLE_TO_FREE_VM         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNABLE_TO_DELETE_SECTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Specified section cannot be deleted.

//

#define STATUS_UNABLE_TO_DELETE_SECTION  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_SYSTEM_SERVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid system service was specified in a system service call.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_SYSTEM_SERVICE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_INSTRUCTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Illegal Instruction

// An attempt was made to execute an illegal instruction.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_INSTRUCTION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001DL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LOCK_SEQUENCE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid Lock Sequence}

// An attempt was made to execute an invalid lock sequence.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LOCK_SEQUENCE     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_VIEW_SIZE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid Mapping}

// An attempt was made to create a view for a section which is bigger than the section.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_VIEW_SIZE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000001FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_FILE_FOR_SECTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Bad File}

// The attributes of the specified mapping file for a section of memory cannot be read.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_FILE_FOR_SECTION  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000020L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALREADY_COMMITTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Already Committed}

// The specified address range is already committed.

//

#define STATUS_ALREADY_COMMITTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000021L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Access Denied}

// A process has requested access to an object, but has not been granted those access rights.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000022L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Buffer Too Small}

// The buffer is too small to contain the entry. No information has been written to the buffer.

//

#define STATUS_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000023L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_TYPE_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Wrong Type}

// There is a mismatch between the type of object required by the requested operation and the type of object that is specified in the request.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_TYPE_MISMATCH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000024L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Cannot Continue

// Windows cannot continue from this exception.

//

#define STATUS_NONCONTINUABLE_EXCEPTION  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000025L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DISPOSITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid exception disposition was returned by an exception handler.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DISPOSITION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000026L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNWIND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Unwind exception code.

//

#define STATUS_UNWIND                    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000027L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_STACK

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid or unaligned stack was encountered during an unwind operation.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_STACK                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000028L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_UNWIND_TARGET

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid unwind target was encountered during an unwind operation.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_UNWIND_TARGET     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000029L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_LOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to unlock a page of memory which was not locked.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_LOCKED                ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PARITY_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// Device parity error on I/O operation.

//

#define STATUS_PARITY_ERROR              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNABLE_TO_DECOMMIT_VM

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to decommit uncommitted virtual memory.

//

#define STATUS_UNABLE_TO_DECOMMIT_VM     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_COMMITTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to change the attributes on memory that has not been committed.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_COMMITTED             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PORT_ATTRIBUTES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Invalid Object Attributes specified to NtCreatePort or invalid Port Attributes specified to NtConnectPort

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PORT_ATTRIBUTES   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_MESSAGE_TOO_LONG

//

// MessageText:

//

// Length of message passed to NtRequestPort or NtRequestWaitReplyPort was longer than the maximum message allowed by the port.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_MESSAGE_TOO_LONG     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000002FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_MIX

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid combination of parameters was specified.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_MIX     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000030L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_QUOTA_LOWER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to lower a quota limit below the current usage.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_QUOTA_LOWER       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000031L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DISK_CORRUPT_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Corrupt Disk}

// The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable.

// Please run the Chkdsk utility on the volume %hs.

//

#define STATUS_DISK_CORRUPT_ERROR        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000032L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// Object Name invalid.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_INVALID       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000033L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Object Name not found.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000034L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Object Name already exists.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000035L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_DISCONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Attempt to send a message to a disconnected communication port.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_DISCONNECTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000037L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_ALREADY_ATTACHED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to attach to a device that was already attached to another device.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_ALREADY_ATTACHED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000038L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// Object Path Component was not a directory object.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_INVALID       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000039L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Path Not Found}

// The path %hs does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_NOT_FOUND     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_SYNTAX_BAD

//

// MessageText:

//

// Object Path Component was not a directory object.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_SYNTAX_BAD    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATA_OVERRUN

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Data Overrun}

// A data overrun error occurred.

//

#define STATUS_DATA_OVERRUN              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATA_LATE_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Data Late}

// A data late error occurred.

//

#define STATUS_DATA_LATE_ERROR           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATA_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Data Error}

// An error in reading or writing data occurred.

//

#define STATUS_DATA_ERROR                ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CRC_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Bad CRC}

// A cyclic redundancy check (CRC) checksum error occurred.

//

#define STATUS_CRC_ERROR                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC000003FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECTION_TOO_BIG

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Section Too Large}

// The specified section is too big to map the file.

//

#define STATUS_SECTION_TOO_BIG           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000040L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_CONNECTION_REFUSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The NtConnectPort request is refused.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_CONNECTION_REFUSED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000041L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PORT_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The type of port handle is invalid for the operation requested.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PORT_HANDLE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000042L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHARING_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A file cannot be opened because the share access flags are incompatible.

//

#define STATUS_SHARING_VIOLATION         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000043L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Insufficient quota exists to complete the operation

//

#define STATUS_QUOTA_EXCEEDED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000044L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PAGE_PROTECTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified page protection was not valid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PAGE_PROTECTION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000045L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MUTANT_NOT_OWNED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt to release a mutant object was made by a thread that was not the owner of the mutant object.

//

#define STATUS_MUTANT_NOT_OWNED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000046L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SEMAPHORE_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to release a semaphore such that its maximum count would have been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_SEMAPHORE_LIMIT_EXCEEDED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000047L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_ALREADY_SET

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt to set a process's DebugPort or ExceptionPort was made, but a port already exists in the process or an attempt to set a file's CompletionPort made, but a port was already set in the file or an attempt to set an ALPC port's associated completion port was made, but it is already set.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_ALREADY_SET          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000048L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECTION_NOT_IMAGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to query image information on a section which does not map an image.

//

#define STATUS_SECTION_NOT_IMAGE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000049L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SUSPEND_COUNT_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to suspend a thread whose suspend count was at its maximum.

//

#define STATUS_SUSPEND_COUNT_EXCEEDED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_THREAD_IS_TERMINATING

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to access a thread that has begun termination.

//

#define STATUS_THREAD_IS_TERMINATING     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_WORKING_SET_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to set the working set limit to an invalid value (minimum greater than maximum, etc).

//

#define STATUS_BAD_WORKING_SET_LIMIT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INCOMPATIBLE_FILE_MAP

//

// MessageText:

//

// A section was created to map a file which is not compatible to an already existing section which maps the same file.

//

#define STATUS_INCOMPATIBLE_FILE_MAP     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECTION_PROTECTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A view to a section specifies a protection which is incompatible with the initial view's protection.

//

#define STATUS_SECTION_PROTECTION        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EAS_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An operation involving EAs failed because the file system does not support EAs.

//

#define STATUS_EAS_NOT_SUPPORTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000004FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EA_TOO_LARGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An EA operation failed because EA set is too large.

//

#define STATUS_EA_TOO_LARGE              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000050L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NONEXISTENT_EA_ENTRY

//

// MessageText:

//

// An EA operation failed because the name or EA index is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_NONEXISTENT_EA_ENTRY      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000051L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_EAS_ON_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file for which EAs were requested has no EAs.

//

#define STATUS_NO_EAS_ON_FILE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000052L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EA_CORRUPT_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The EA is corrupt and non-readable.

//

#define STATUS_EA_CORRUPT_ERROR          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000053L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_LOCK_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// A requested read/write cannot be granted due to a conflicting file lock.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_LOCK_CONFLICT        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000054L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOCK_NOT_GRANTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A requested file lock cannot be granted due to other existing locks.

//

#define STATUS_LOCK_NOT_GRANTED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000055L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DELETE_PENDING

//

// MessageText:

//

// A non close operation has been requested of a file object with a delete pending.

//

#define STATUS_DELETE_PENDING            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000056L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CTL_FILE_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to set the control attribute on a file. This attribute is not supported in the target file system.

//

#define STATUS_CTL_FILE_NOT_SUPPORTED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000057L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNKNOWN_REVISION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a revision number encountered or specified is not one known by the service. It may be a more recent revision than the service is aware of.

//

#define STATUS_UNKNOWN_REVISION          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000058L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REVISION_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates two revision levels are incompatible.

//

#define STATUS_REVISION_MISMATCH         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000059L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_OWNER

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a particular Security ID may not be assigned as the owner of an object.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_OWNER             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PRIMARY_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a particular Security ID may not be assigned as the primary group of an object.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PRIMARY_GROUP     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_IMPERSONATION_TOKEN

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt has been made to operate on an impersonation token by a thread that is not currently impersonating a client.

//

#define STATUS_NO_IMPERSONATION_TOKEN    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_DISABLE_MANDATORY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A mandatory group may not be disabled.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_DISABLE_MANDATORY    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS

//

// MessageText:

//

// There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.

//

#define STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_LOGON_SESSION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been terminated.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_LOGON_SESSION     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000005FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_PRIVILEGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A specified privilege does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_PRIVILEGE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000060L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRIVILEGE_NOT_HELD

//

// MessageText:

//

// A required privilege is not held by the client.

//

#define STATUS_PRIVILEGE_NOT_HELD        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000061L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ACCOUNT_NAME

//

// MessageText:

//

// The name provided is not a properly formed account name.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ACCOUNT_NAME      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000062L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified account already exists.

//

#define STATUS_USER_EXISTS               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000063L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified account does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000064L)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GROUP_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified group already exists.

//

#define STATUS_GROUP_EXISTS              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000065L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified group does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_GROUP             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000066L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMBER_IN_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified user account is already in the specified group account. Also used to indicate a group cannot be deleted because it contains a member.

//

#define STATUS_MEMBER_IN_GROUP           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000067L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMBER_NOT_IN_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified user account is not a member of the specified group account.

//

#define STATUS_MEMBER_NOT_IN_GROUP       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000068L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LAST_ADMIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the requested operation would disable, delete or could prevent logon for an administration account.

// This is not allowed to prevent creating a situation in which the system cannot be administrated.

//

#define STATUS_LAST_ADMIN                ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000069L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD

//

// MessageText:

//

// When trying to update a password, this return status indicates that the value provided as the current password is not correct.

//

#define STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006AL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILL_FORMED_PASSWORD

//

// MessageText:

//

// When trying to update a password, this return status indicates that the value provided for the new password contains values that are not allowed in passwords.

//

#define STATUS_ILL_FORMED_PASSWORD       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PASSWORD_RESTRICTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// When trying to update a password, this status indicates that some password update rule has been violated. For example, the password may not meet length criteria.

//

#define STATUS_PASSWORD_RESTRICTION      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006CL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attempted logon is invalid. This is either due to a bad username or authentication information.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006DL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCOUNT_RESTRICTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a referenced user name and authentication information are valid, but some user account restriction has prevented successful authentication (such as time-of-day restrictions).

//

#define STATUS_ACCOUNT_RESTRICTION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006EL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LOGON_HOURS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user account has time restrictions and may not be logged onto at this time.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LOGON_HOURS       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000006FL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_WORKSTATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user account is restricted such that it may not be used to log on from the source workstation.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_WORKSTATION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000070L)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PASSWORD_EXPIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user account's password has expired.

//

#define STATUS_PASSWORD_EXPIRED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000071L)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The referenced account is currently disabled and may not be logged on to.

//

#define STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000072L)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NONE_MAPPED

//

// MessageText:

//

// None of the information to be translated has been translated.

//

#define STATUS_NONE_MAPPED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000073L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_LUIDS_REQUESTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The number of LUIDs requested may not be allocated with a single allocation.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_LUIDS_REQUESTED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000074L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LUIDS_EXHAUSTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates there are no more LUIDs to allocate.

//

#define STATUS_LUIDS_EXHAUSTED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000075L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_SUB_AUTHORITY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the sub-authority value is invalid for the particular use.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_SUB_AUTHORITY     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000076L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ACL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the ACL structure is not valid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ACL               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000077L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_SID

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the SID structure is not valid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_SID               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000078L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_SECURITY_DESCR

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR structure is not valid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_SECURITY_DESCR    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000079L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROCEDURE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified procedure address cannot be found in the DLL.

//

#define STATUS_PROCEDURE_NOT_FOUND       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_FORMAT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Bad Image}

// %hs is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support. Error status 0x%08lx.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_FORMAT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_TOKEN

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to reference a token that doesn't exist.

// This is typically done by referencing the token associated with a thread when the thread is not impersonating a client.

//

#define STATUS_NO_TOKEN                  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_INHERITANCE_ACL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that an attempt to build either an inherited ACL or ACE was not successful.

// This can be caused by a number of things. One of the more probable causes is the replacement of a CreatorId with an SID that didn't fit into the ACE or ACL.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_INHERITANCE_ACL       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RANGE_NOT_LOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The range specified in NtUnlockFile was not locked.

//

#define STATUS_RANGE_NOT_LOCKED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DISK_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// An operation failed because the disk was full.

// If this is a thinly provisioned volume the physical storage backing this volume has been exhausted.

//

#define STATUS_DISK_FULL                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC000007FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVER_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The GUID allocation server is [already] disabled at the moment.

//

#define STATUS_SERVER_DISABLED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000080L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVER_NOT_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The GUID allocation server is [already] enabled at the moment.

//

#define STATUS_SERVER_NOT_DISABLED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000081L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_GUIDS_REQUESTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Too many GUIDs were requested from the allocation server at once.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_GUIDS_REQUESTED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000082L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GUIDS_EXHAUSTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The GUIDs could not be allocated because the Authority Agent was exhausted.

//

#define STATUS_GUIDS_EXHAUSTED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000083L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ID_AUTHORITY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The value provided was an invalid value for an identifier authority.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ID_AUTHORITY      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000084L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_AGENTS_EXHAUSTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// There are no more authority agent values available for the given identifier authority value.

//

#define STATUS_AGENTS_EXHAUSTED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000085L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_VOLUME_LABEL

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid volume label has been specified.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_VOLUME_LABEL      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000086L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECTION_NOT_EXTENDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A mapped section could not be extended.

//

#define STATUS_SECTION_NOT_EXTENDED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000087L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_MAPPED_DATA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Specified section to flush does not map a data file.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_MAPPED_DATA           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000088L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_DATA_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified image file did not contain a resource section.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_DATA_NOT_FOUND   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000089L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_TYPE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified resource type cannot be found in the image file.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_TYPE_NOT_FOUND   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_NAME_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified resource name cannot be found in the image file.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_NAME_NOT_FOUND   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ARRAY_BOUNDS_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Array bounds exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_ARRAY_BOUNDS_EXCEEDED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008CL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_DENORMAL_OPERAND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point denormal operand.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_DENORMAL_OPERAND    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008DL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point division by zero.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008EL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_INEXACT_RESULT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point inexact result.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_INEXACT_RESULT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000008FL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_INVALID_OPERATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point invalid operation.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_INVALID_OPERATION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000090L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point overflow.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_OVERFLOW            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000091L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_STACK_CHECK

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point stack check.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_STACK_CHECK         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000092L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_UNDERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Floating-point underflow.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_UNDERFLOW           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000093L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTEGER_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Integer division by zero.

//

#define STATUS_INTEGER_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000094L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTEGER_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Integer overflow.

//

#define STATUS_INTEGER_OVERFLOW          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000095L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Privileged instruction.

//

#define STATUS_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000096L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_PAGING_FILES

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to install more paging files than the system supports.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_PAGING_FILES     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000097L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The volume for a file has been externally altered such that the opened file is no longer valid.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_INVALID              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000098L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALLOTTED_SPACE_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// When a block of memory is allotted for future updates, such as the memory allocated to hold discretionary access control and primary group information, successive updates may exceed the amount of memory originally allotted.

// Since quota may already have been charged to several processes which have handles to the object, it is not reasonable to alter the size of the allocated memory.

// Instead, a request that requires more memory than has been allotted must fail and the STATUS_ALLOTED_SPACE_EXCEEDED error returned.

//

#define STATUS_ALLOTTED_SPACE_EXCEEDED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000099L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API.

//

#define STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009AL)     // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DFS_EXIT_PATH_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt has been made to open a DFS exit path control file.

//

#define STATUS_DFS_EXIT_PATH_FOUND       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_DATA_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_DEVICE_DATA_ERROR

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_DATA_ERROR         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FREE_VM_NOT_AT_BASE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Virtual memory cannot be freed as base address is not the base of the region and a region size of zero was specified.

//

#define STATUS_FREE_VM_NOT_AT_BASE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000009FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMORY_NOT_ALLOCATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to free virtual memory which is not allocated.

//

#define STATUS_MEMORY_NOT_ALLOCATED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WORKING_SET_QUOTA

//

// MessageText:

//

// The working set is not big enough to allow the requested pages to be locked.

//

#define STATUS_WORKING_SET_QUOTA         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEDIA_WRITE_PROTECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Write Protect Error}

// The disk cannot be written to because it is write protected. Please remove the write protection from the volume %hs in drive %hs.

//

#define STATUS_MEDIA_WRITE_PROTECTED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_READY

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Drive Not Ready}

// The drive is not ready for use; its door may be open. Please check drive %hs and make sure that a disk is inserted and that the drive door is closed.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_READY          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_GROUP_ATTRIBUTES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified attributes are invalid, or incompatible with the attributes for the group as a whole.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_GROUP_ATTRIBUTES  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL

//

// MessageText:

//

// A specified impersonation level is invalid.

// Also used to indicate a required impersonation level was not provided.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_OPEN_ANONYMOUS

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to open an Anonymous level token.

// Anonymous tokens may not be opened.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_OPEN_ANONYMOUS       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_VALIDATION_CLASS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The validation information class requested was invalid.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_VALIDATION_CLASS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_TOKEN_TYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The type of a token object is inappropriate for its attempted use.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_TOKEN_TYPE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_MASTER_BOOT_RECORD

//

// MessageText:

//

// The type of a token object is inappropriate for its attempted use.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_MASTER_BOOT_RECORD    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000A9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSTRUCTION_MISALIGNMENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to execute an instruction at an unaligned address and the host system does not support unaligned instruction references.

//

#define STATUS_INSTRUCTION_MISALIGNMENT  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000AAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSTANCE_NOT_AVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The maximum named pipe instance count has been reached.

//

#define STATUS_INSTANCE_NOT_AVAILABLE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000ABL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_NOT_AVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An instance of a named pipe cannot be found in the listening state.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_NOT_AVAILABLE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000ACL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PIPE_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The named pipe is not in the connected or closing state.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PIPE_STATE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000ADL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_BUSY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified pipe is set to complete operations and there are current I/O operations queued so it cannot be changed to queue operations.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_BUSY                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000AEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_FUNCTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified handle is not open to the server end of the named pipe.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_FUNCTION          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000AFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_DISCONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified named pipe is in the disconnected state.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_DISCONNECTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_CLOSING

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified named pipe is in the closing state.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_CLOSING              ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_CONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified named pipe is in the connected state.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_CONNECTED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_LISTENING

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified named pipe is in the listening state.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_LISTENING            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_READ_MODE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified named pipe is not in message mode.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_READ_MODE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_TIMEOUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Device Timeout}

// The specified I/O operation on %hs was not completed before the time-out period expired.

//

#define STATUS_IO_TIMEOUT                ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_FORCED_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified file has been closed by another process.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_FORCED_CLOSED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROFILING_NOT_STARTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Profiling not started.

//

#define STATUS_PROFILING_NOT_STARTED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROFILING_NOT_STOPPED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Profiling not stopped.

//

#define STATUS_PROFILING_NOT_STOPPED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_COULD_NOT_INTERPRET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The passed ACL did not contain the minimum required information.

//

#define STATUS_COULD_NOT_INTERPRET       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000B9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_IS_A_DIRECTORY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file that was specified as a target is a directory and the caller specified that it could be anything but a directory.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_IS_A_DIRECTORY       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BAL)

 

//

// Network specific errors.

//

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The request is not supported.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED             ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_NOT_LISTENING

//

// MessageText:

//

// This remote computer is not listening.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_NOT_LISTENING      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DUPLICATE_NAME

//

// MessageText:

//

// A duplicate name exists on the network.

//

#define STATUS_DUPLICATE_NAME            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_PATH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network path cannot be located.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_PATH          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_BUSY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network is busy.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_BUSY              ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000BFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_DOES_NOT_EXIST

//

// MessageText:

//

// This device does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_DOES_NOT_EXIST     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_COMMANDS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network BIOS command limit has been reached.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_COMMANDS         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ADAPTER_HARDWARE_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An I/O adapter hardware error has occurred.

//

#define STATUS_ADAPTER_HARDWARE_ERROR    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_NETWORK_RESPONSE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network responded incorrectly.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_NETWORK_RESPONSE  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_NETWORK_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An unexpected network error occurred.

//

#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_NETWORK_ERROR  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_REMOTE_ADAPTER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote adapter is not compatible.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_REMOTE_ADAPTER        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRINT_QUEUE_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// The printer queue is full.

//

#define STATUS_PRINT_QUEUE_FULL          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SPOOL_SPACE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Space to store the file waiting to be printed is not available on the server.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SPOOL_SPACE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRINT_CANCELLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested print file has been canceled.

//

#define STATUS_PRINT_CANCELLED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_NAME_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network name was deleted.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_NAME_DELETED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000C9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_ACCESS_DENIED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Network access is denied.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_ACCESS_DENIED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_DEVICE_TYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Incorrect Network Resource Type}

// The specified device type (LPT, for example) conflicts with the actual device type on the remote resource.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_DEVICE_TYPE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Network Name Not Found}

// The specified share name cannot be found on the remote server.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_NAMES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The name limit for the local computer network adapter card was exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_NAMES            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_SESSIONS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network BIOS session limit was exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_SESSIONS         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHARING_PAUSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// File sharing has been temporarily paused.

//

#define STATUS_SHARING_PAUSED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000CFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REQUEST_NOT_ACCEPTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// No more connections can be made to this remote computer at this time because there are already as many connections as the computer can accept.

//

#define STATUS_REQUEST_NOT_ACCEPTED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REDIRECTOR_PAUSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Print or disk redirection is temporarily paused.

//

#define STATUS_REDIRECTOR_PAUSED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NET_WRITE_FAULT

//

// MessageText:

//

// A network data fault occurred.

//

#define STATUS_NET_WRITE_FAULT           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROFILING_AT_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The number of active profiling objects is at the maximum and no more may be started.

//

#define STATUS_PROFILING_AT_LIMIT        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_SAME_DEVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Incorrect Volume}

// The target file of a rename request is located on a different device than the source of the rename request.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_SAME_DEVICE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_RENAMED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file specified has been renamed and thus cannot be modified.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_RENAMED              ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VIRTUAL_CIRCUIT_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Network Request Timeout}

// The session with a remote server has been disconnected because the time-out interval for a request has expired.

//

#define STATUS_VIRTUAL_CIRCUIT_CLOSED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SECURITY_ON_OBJECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates an attempt was made to operate on the security of an object that does not have security associated with it.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SECURITY_ON_OBJECT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_WAIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Used to indicate that an operation cannot continue without blocking for I/O.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_WAIT                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Used to indicate that a read operation was done on an empty pipe.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_EMPTY                ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000D9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_ACCESS_DOMAIN_INFO

//

// MessageText:

//

// Configuration information could not be read from the domain controller, either because the machine is unavailable, or access has been denied.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_ACCESS_DOMAIN_INFO   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_TERMINATE_SELF

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that a thread attempted to terminate itself by default (called NtTerminateThread with NULL) and it was the last thread in the current process.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_TERMINATE_SELF       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_SERVER_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the Sam Server was in the wrong state to perform the desired operation.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_SERVER_STATE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DOMAIN_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the Domain was in the wrong state to perform the desired operation.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DOMAIN_STATE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DOMAIN_ROLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// This operation is only allowed for the Primary Domain Controller of the domain.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DOMAIN_ROLE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_DOMAIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified Domain did not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_DOMAIN            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000DFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOMAIN_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified Domain already exists.

//

#define STATUS_DOMAIN_EXISTS             ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOMAIN_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to exceed the limit on the number of domains per server for this release.

//

#define STATUS_DOMAIN_LIMIT_EXCEEDED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OPLOCK_NOT_GRANTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Error status returned when oplock request is denied.

//

#define STATUS_OPLOCK_NOT_GRANTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_OPLOCK_PROTOCOL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Error status returned when an invalid oplock acknowledgment is received by a file system.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_OPLOCK_PROTOCOL   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTERNAL_DB_CORRUPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// This error indicates that the requested operation cannot be completed due to a catastrophic media failure or on-disk data structure corruption.

//

#define STATUS_INTERNAL_DB_CORRUPTION    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTERNAL_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An internal error occurred.

//

#define STATUS_INTERNAL_ERROR            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GENERIC_NOT_MAPPED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates generic access types were contained in an access mask which should already be mapped to non-generic access types.

//

#define STATUS_GENERIC_NOT_MAPPED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_DESCRIPTOR_FORMAT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a security descriptor is not in the necessary format (absolute or self-relative).

//

#define STATUS_BAD_DESCRIPTOR_FORMAT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E7L)

 

//

// Status codes raised by the Cache Manager which must be considered as

// "expected" by its callers.

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_USER_BUFFER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An access to a user buffer failed at an "expected" point in time. This code is defined since the caller does not want to accept STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION in its filter.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_USER_BUFFER       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// If an I/O error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to the following error which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.

//

#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_IO_ERROR       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000E9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_CREATE_ERR

//

// MessageText:

//

// If an MM error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to one of the following errors which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.

//

#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_CREATE_ERR  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000EAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_MAP_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// If an MM error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to one of the following errors which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.

//

#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_MAP_ERROR   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000EBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_EXTEND_ERR

//

// MessageText:

//

// If an MM error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to one of the following errors which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lost, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.

//

#define STATUS_UNEXPECTED_MM_EXTEND_ERR  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000ECL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_LOGON_PROCESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested action is restricted for use by logon processes only. The calling process has not registered as a logon process.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_LOGON_PROCESS         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000EDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_SESSION_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt has been made to start a new session manager or LSA logon session with an ID that is already in use.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_SESSION_EXISTS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000EEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_1

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the first argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_1       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000EFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_2

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the second argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_2       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_3

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the third argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_3       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_4

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the fourth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_4       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_5

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the fifth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_5       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_6

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the sixth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_6       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_7

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the seventh argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_7       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_8

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the eighth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_8       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_9

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the ninth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_9       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_10

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the tenth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_10      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_11

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the eleventh argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_11      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000F9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_12

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function as the twelfth argument.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER_12      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REDIRECTOR_NOT_STARTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to access a network file, but the network software was not yet started.

//

#define STATUS_REDIRECTOR_NOT_STARTED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REDIRECTOR_STARTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to start the redirector, but the redirector has already been started.

//

#define STATUS_REDIRECTOR_STARTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STACK_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// A new guard page for the stack cannot be created.

//

#define STATUS_STACK_OVERFLOW            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FDL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_PACKAGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A specified authentication package is unknown.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_PACKAGE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_FUNCTION_TABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A malformed function table was encountered during an unwind operation.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_FUNCTION_TABLE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00000FFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VARIABLE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified environment variable name was not found in the specified environment block.

//

#define STATUS_VARIABLE_NOT_FOUND        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000100L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DIRECTORY_NOT_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the directory trying to be deleted is not empty.

//

#define STATUS_DIRECTORY_NOT_EMPTY       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000101L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_CORRUPT_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Corrupt File}

// The file or directory %hs is corrupt and unreadable.

// Please run the Chkdsk utility.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_CORRUPT_ERROR        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000102L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_A_DIRECTORY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A requested opened file is not a directory.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_A_DIRECTORY           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000103L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_LOGON_SESSION_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The logon session is not in a state that is consistent with the requested operation.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_LOGON_SESSION_STATE   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000104L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_SESSION_COLLISION

//

// MessageText:

//

// An internal LSA error has occurred. An authentication package has requested the creation of a Logon Session but the ID of an already existing Logon Session has been specified.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_SESSION_COLLISION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000105L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NAME_TOO_LONG

//

// MessageText:

//

// A specified name string is too long for its intended use.

//

#define STATUS_NAME_TOO_LONG             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000106L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILES_OPEN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user attempted to force close the files on a redirected drive, but there were opened files on the drive, and the user did not specify a sufficient level of force.

//

#define STATUS_FILES_OPEN                ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000107L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_IN_USE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user attempted to force close the files on a redirected drive, but there were opened directories on the drive, and the user did not specify a sufficient level of force.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_IN_USE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000108L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MESSAGE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// RtlFindMessage could not locate the requested message ID in the message table resource.

//

#define STATUS_MESSAGE_NOT_FOUND         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000109L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROCESS_IS_TERMINATING

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to access an exiting process.

//

#define STATUS_PROCESS_IS_TERMINATING    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LOGON_TYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates an invalid value has been provided for the LogonType requested.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LOGON_TYPE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_GUID_TRANSLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that an attempt was made to assign protection to a file system file or directory and one of the SIDs in the security descriptor could not be translated into a GUID that could be stored by the file system.

// This causes the protection attempt to fail, which may cause a file creation attempt to fail.

//

#define STATUS_NO_GUID_TRANSLATION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANNOT_IMPERSONATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that an attempt has been made to impersonate via a named pipe that has not yet been read from.

//

#define STATUS_CANNOT_IMPERSONATE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_ALREADY_LOADED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the specified image is already loaded.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_ALREADY_LOADED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010EL)

 

 

//

// ============================================================

// NOTE: The following ABIOS error code should be reserved on

//       non ABIOS kernel. Eventually, I will remove the ifdef

//       ABIOS.

// ============================================================

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_PRESENT

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_PRESENT

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_PRESENT         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000010FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_LID_NOT_EXIST

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_LID_NOT_EXIST

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_LID_NOT_EXIST       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000110L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_LID_ALREADY_OWNED

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_LID_ALREADY_OWNED

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_LID_ALREADY_OWNED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000111L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_LID_OWNER

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_LID_OWNER

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_NOT_LID_OWNER       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000112L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_COMMAND

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_COMMAND

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_COMMAND     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000113L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_LID

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_LID

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_LID         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000114L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_SELECTOR_NOT_AVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_SELECTOR_NOT_AVAILABLE

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_SELECTOR_NOT_AVAILABLE ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000115L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_SELECTOR

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_SELECTOR

//

#define STATUS_ABIOS_INVALID_SELECTOR    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000116L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_LDT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that an attempt was made to change the size of the LDT for a process that has no LDT.

//

#define STATUS_NO_LDT                    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000117L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LDT_SIZE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that an attempt was made to grow an LDT by setting its size, or that the size was not an even number of selectors.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LDT_SIZE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000118L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LDT_OFFSET

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the starting value for the LDT information was not an integral multiple of the selector size.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LDT_OFFSET        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000119L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LDT_DESCRIPTOR

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the user supplied an invalid descriptor when trying to set up Ldt descriptors.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LDT_DESCRIPTOR    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_NE_FORMAT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format. It appears to be NE format.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_NE_FORMAT   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RXACT_INVALID_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the transaction state of a registry sub-tree is incompatible with the requested operation. For example, a request has been made to start a new transaction with one already in progress, or a request has been made to apply a transaction when one is not currently in progress.

//

#define STATUS_RXACT_INVALID_STATE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RXACT_COMMIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates an error has occurred during a registry transaction commit. The database has been left in an unknown, but probably inconsistent, state. The state of the registry transaction is left as COMMITTING.

//

#define STATUS_RXACT_COMMIT_FAILURE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MAPPED_FILE_SIZE_ZERO

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to map a file of size zero with the maximum size specified as zero.

//

#define STATUS_MAPPED_FILE_SIZE_ZERO     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_OPENED_FILES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Too many files are opened on a remote server.

// This error should only be returned by the Windows redirector on a remote drive.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_OPENED_FILES     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000011FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANCELLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The I/O request was canceled.

//

#define STATUS_CANCELLED                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000120L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANNOT_DELETE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt has been made to remove a file or directory that cannot be deleted.

//

#define STATUS_CANNOT_DELETE             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000121L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_COMPUTER_NAME

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a name specified as a remote computer name is syntactically invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_COMPUTER_NAME     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000122L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An I/O request other than close was performed on a file after it has been deleted, which can only happen to a request which did not complete before the last handle was closed via NtClose.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_DELETED              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000123L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SPECIAL_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates an operation has been attempted on a built-in (special) SAM account which is incompatible with built-in accounts. For example, built-in accounts cannot be deleted.

//

#define STATUS_SPECIAL_ACCOUNT           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000124L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SPECIAL_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// The operation requested may not be performed on the specified group because it is a built-in special group.

//

#define STATUS_SPECIAL_GROUP             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000125L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SPECIAL_USER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The operation requested may not be performed on the specified user because it is a built-in special user.

//

#define STATUS_SPECIAL_USER              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000126L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMBERS_PRIMARY_GROUP

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a member cannot be removed from a group because the group is currently the member's primary group.

//

#define STATUS_MEMBERS_PRIMARY_GROUP     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000127L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An I/O request other than close and several other special case operations was attempted using a file object that had already been closed.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_CLOSED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000128L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_THREADS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates a process has too many threads to perform the requested action. For example, assignment of a primary token may only be performed when a process has zero or one threads.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_THREADS          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000129L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_THREAD_NOT_IN_PROCESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to operate on a thread within a specific process, but the thread specified is not in the process specified.

//

#define STATUS_THREAD_NOT_IN_PROCESS     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOKEN_ALREADY_IN_USE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to establish a token for use as a primary token but the token is already in use. A token can only be the primary token of one process at a time.

//

#define STATUS_TOKEN_ALREADY_IN_USE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGEFILE_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Page file quota was exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_PAGEFILE_QUOTA_EXCEEDED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_COMMITMENT_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Out of Virtual Memory}

// Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file. For more information, see Help.

//

#define STATUS_COMMITMENT_LIMIT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_LE_FORMAT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it appears to be LE format.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_LE_FORMAT   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_NOT_MZ

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it did not have an initial MZ.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_NOT_MZ      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000012FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_PROTECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it did not have a proper e_lfarlc in the MZ header.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_PROTECT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000130L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_16

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it appears to be a 16-bit Windows image.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_16      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000131L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_SERVER_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Netlogon service cannot start because another Netlogon service running in the domain conflicts with the specified role.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_SERVER_CONFLICT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000132L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TIME_DIFFERENCE_AT_DC

//

// MessageText:

//

// The time at the Primary Domain Controller is different than the time at the Backup Domain Controller or member server by too large an amount.

//

#define STATUS_TIME_DIFFERENCE_AT_DC     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000133L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYNCHRONIZATION_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The SAM database on a Windows Server is significantly out of synchronization with the copy on the Domain Controller. A complete synchronization is required.

//

#define STATUS_SYNCHRONIZATION_REQUIRED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000134L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The program can't start because %hs is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

//

#define STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000135L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OPEN_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The NtCreateFile API failed. This error should never be returned to an application, it is a place holder for the Windows Lan Manager Redirector to use in its internal error mapping routines.

//

#define STATUS_OPEN_FAILED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000136L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_PRIVILEGE_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Privilege Failed}

// The I/O permissions for the process could not be changed.

//

#define STATUS_IO_PRIVILEGE_FAILED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000137L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ORDINAL_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Ordinal Not Found}

// The ordinal %ld could not be located in the dynamic link library %hs.

//

#define STATUS_ORDINAL_NOT_FOUND         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000138L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Entry Point Not Found}

// The procedure entry point %hs could not be located in the dynamic link library %hs.

//

#define STATUS_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000139L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONTROL_C_EXIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Application Exit by CTRL+C}

// The application terminated as a result of a CTRL+C.

//

#define STATUS_CONTROL_C_EXIT            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013AL)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOCAL_DISCONNECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Virtual Circuit Closed}

// The network transport on your computer has closed a network connection. There may or may not be I/O requests outstanding.

//

#define STATUS_LOCAL_DISCONNECT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_DISCONNECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Virtual Circuit Closed}

// The network transport on a remote computer has closed a network connection. There may or may not be I/O requests outstanding.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_DISCONNECT         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_RESOURCES

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Insufficient Resources on Remote Computer}

// The remote computer has insufficient resources to complete the network request. For instance, there may not be enough memory available on the remote computer to carry out the request at this time.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_RESOURCES          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LINK_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Virtual Circuit Closed}

// An existing connection (virtual circuit) has been broken at the remote computer. There is probably something wrong with the network software protocol or the network hardware on the remote computer.

//

#define STATUS_LINK_FAILED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LINK_TIMEOUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Virtual Circuit Closed}

// The network transport on your computer has closed a network connection because it had to wait too long for a response from the remote computer.

//

#define STATUS_LINK_TIMEOUT              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000013FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_CONNECTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The connection handle given to the transport was invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_CONNECTION        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000140L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The address handle given to the transport was invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000141L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DLL_INIT_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {DLL Initialization Failed}

// Initialization of the dynamic link library %hs failed. The process is terminating abnormally.

//

#define STATUS_DLL_INIT_FAILED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000142L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MISSING_SYSTEMFILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Missing System File}

// The required system file %hs is bad or missing.

//

#define STATUS_MISSING_SYSTEMFILE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000143L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNHANDLED_EXCEPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Application Error}

// The exception %s (0x%08lx) occurred in the application at location 0x%08lx.

//

#define STATUS_UNHANDLED_EXCEPTION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000144L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_APP_INIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Application Error}

// The application was unable to start correctly (0x%lx). Click OK to close the application.

//

#define STATUS_APP_INIT_FAILURE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000145L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PAGEFILE_CREATE_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Unable to Create Paging File}

// The creation of the paging file %hs failed (%lx). The requested size was %ld.

//

#define STATUS_PAGEFILE_CREATE_FAILED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000146L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_PAGEFILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No Paging File Specified}

// No paging file was specified in the system configuration.

//

#define STATUS_NO_PAGEFILE               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000147L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LEVEL

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Incorrect System Call Level}

// An invalid level was passed into the specified system call.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LEVEL             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000148L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD_CORE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Incorrect Password to LAN Manager Server}

// You specified an incorrect password to a LAN Manager 2.x or MS-NET server.

//

#define STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD_CORE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000149L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_FLOAT_CONTEXT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// A real-mode application issued a floating-point instruction and floating-point hardware is not present.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_FLOAT_CONTEXT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PIPE_BROKEN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The pipe operation has failed because the other end of the pipe has been closed.

//

#define STATUS_PIPE_BROKEN               ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {The Registry Is Corrupt}

// The structure of one of the files that contains Registry data is corrupt, or the image of the file in memory is corrupt, or the file could not be recovered because the alternate copy or log was absent or corrupt.

//

#define STATUS_REGISTRY_CORRUPT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_IO_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An I/O operation initiated by the Registry failed unrecoverably. The Registry could not read in, or write out, or flush, one of the files that contain the system's image of the Registry.

//

#define STATUS_REGISTRY_IO_FAILED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_EVENT_PAIR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An event pair synchronization operation was performed using the thread specific client/server event pair object, but no event pair object was associated with the thread.

//

#define STATUS_NO_EVENT_PAIR             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNRECOGNIZED_VOLUME

//

// MessageText:

//

// The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupt.

//

#define STATUS_UNRECOGNIZED_VOLUME       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000014FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERIAL_NO_DEVICE_INITED

//

// MessageText:

//

// No serial device was successfully initialized. The serial driver will unload.

//

#define STATUS_SERIAL_NO_DEVICE_INITED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000150L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_ALIAS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified local group does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_ALIAS             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000151L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMBER_NOT_IN_ALIAS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified account name is not a member of the group.

//

#define STATUS_MEMBER_NOT_IN_ALIAS       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000152L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MEMBER_IN_ALIAS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified account name is already a member of the group.

//

#define STATUS_MEMBER_IN_ALIAS           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000153L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALIAS_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified local group already exists.

//

#define STATUS_ALIAS_EXISTS              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000154L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_NOT_GRANTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A requested type of logon (e.g., Interactive, Network, Service) is not granted by the target system's local security policy.

// Please ask the system administrator to grant the necessary form of logon.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_NOT_GRANTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000155L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_SECRETS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The maximum number of secrets that may be stored in a single system has been exceeded. The length and number of secrets is limited to satisfy United States State Department export restrictions.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_SECRETS          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000156L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECRET_TOO_LONG

//

// MessageText:

//

// The length of a secret exceeds the maximum length allowed. The length and number of secrets is limited to satisfy United States State Department export restrictions.

//

#define STATUS_SECRET_TOO_LONG           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000157L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INTERNAL_DB_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Local Security Authority (LSA) database contains an internal inconsistency.

//

#define STATUS_INTERNAL_DB_ERROR         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000158L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FULLSCREEN_MODE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation cannot be performed in fullscreen mode.

//

#define STATUS_FULLSCREEN_MODE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000159L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_CONTEXT_IDS

//

// MessageText:

//

// During a logon attempt, the user's security context accumulated too many security IDs. This is a very unusual situation. Remove the user from some global or local groups to reduce the number of security ids to incorporate into the security context.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_CONTEXT_IDS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGON_TYPE_NOT_GRANTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A user has requested a type of logon (e.g., interactive or network) that has not been granted. An administrator has control over who may logon interactively and through the network.

//

#define STATUS_LOGON_TYPE_NOT_GRANTED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_REGISTRY_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system has attempted to load or restore a file into the registry, and the specified file is not in the format of a registry file.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_REGISTRY_FILE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NT_CROSS_ENCRYPTION_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to change a user password in the security account manager without providing the necessary Windows cross-encrypted password.

//

#define STATUS_NT_CROSS_ENCRYPTION_REQUIRED ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOMAIN_CTRLR_CONFIG_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// A Windows Server has an incorrect configuration.

//

#define STATUS_DOMAIN_CTRLR_CONFIG_ERROR ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FT_MISSING_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to explicitly access the secondary copy of information via a device control to the Fault Tolerance driver and the secondary copy is not present in the system.

//

#define STATUS_FT_MISSING_MEMBER         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000015FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILL_FORMED_SERVICE_ENTRY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A configuration registry node representing a driver service entry was ill-formed and did not contain required value entries.

//

#define STATUS_ILL_FORMED_SERVICE_ENTRY  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000160L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_CHARACTER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An illegal character was encountered. For a multi-byte character set this includes a lead byte without a succeeding trail byte. For the Unicode character set this includes the characters 0xFFFF and 0xFFFE.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_CHARACTER         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000161L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNMAPPABLE_CHARACTER

//

// MessageText:

//

// No mapping for the Unicode character exists in the target multi-byte code page.

//

#define STATUS_UNMAPPABLE_CHARACTER      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000162L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNDEFINED_CHARACTER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Unicode character is not defined in the Unicode character set installed on the system.

//

#define STATUS_UNDEFINED_CHARACTER       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000163L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOPPY_VOLUME

//

// MessageText:

//

// The paging file cannot be created on a floppy diskette.

//

#define STATUS_FLOPPY_VOLUME             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000164L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOPPY_ID_MARK_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Floppy Disk Error}

// While accessing a floppy disk, an ID address mark was not found.

//

#define STATUS_FLOPPY_ID_MARK_NOT_FOUND  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000165L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOPPY_WRONG_CYLINDER

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Floppy Disk Error}

// While accessing a floppy disk, the track address from the sector ID field was found to be different than the track address maintained by the controller.

//

#define STATUS_FLOPPY_WRONG_CYLINDER     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000166L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOPPY_UNKNOWN_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Floppy Disk Error}

// The floppy disk controller reported an error that is not recognized by the floppy disk driver.

//

#define STATUS_FLOPPY_UNKNOWN_ERROR      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000167L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOPPY_BAD_REGISTERS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Floppy Disk Error}

// While accessing a floppy-disk, the controller returned inconsistent results via its registers.

//

#define STATUS_FLOPPY_BAD_REGISTERS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000168L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DISK_RECALIBRATE_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Hard Disk Error}

// While accessing the hard disk, a recalibrate operation failed, even after retries.

//

#define STATUS_DISK_RECALIBRATE_FAILED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000169L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DISK_OPERATION_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Hard Disk Error}

// While accessing the hard disk, a disk operation failed even after retries.

//

#define STATUS_DISK_OPERATION_FAILED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000016AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DISK_RESET_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Hard Disk Error}

// While accessing the hard disk, a disk controller reset was needed, but even that failed.

//

#define STATUS_DISK_RESET_FAILED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000016BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHARED_IRQ_BUSY

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to open a device that was sharing an IRQ with other devices.

// At least one other device that uses that IRQ was already opened.

// Two concurrent opens of devices that share an IRQ and only work via interrupts is not supported for the particular bus type that the devices use.

//

#define STATUS_SHARED_IRQ_BUSY           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000016CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FT_ORPHANING

//

// MessageText:

//

// {FT Orphaning}

// A disk that is part of a fault-tolerant volume can no longer be accessed.

//

#define STATUS_FT_ORPHANING              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000016DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BIOS_FAILED_TO_CONNECT_INTERRUPT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system bios failed to connect a system interrupt to the device or bus for which the device is connected.

//

#define STATUS_BIOS_FAILED_TO_CONNECT_INTERRUPT ((NTSTATUS)0xC000016EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PARTITION_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Tape could not be partitioned.

//

#define STATUS_PARTITION_FAILURE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000172L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_BLOCK_LENGTH

//

// MessageText:

//

// When accessing a new tape of a multivolume partition, the current blocksize is incorrect.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_BLOCK_LENGTH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000173L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_PARTITIONED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Tape partition information could not be found when loading a tape.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_PARTITIONED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000174L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNABLE_TO_LOCK_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Attempt to lock the eject media mechanism fails.

//

#define STATUS_UNABLE_TO_LOCK_MEDIA      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000175L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNABLE_TO_UNLOAD_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Unload media fails.

//

#define STATUS_UNABLE_TO_UNLOAD_MEDIA    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000176L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EOM_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// Physical end of tape was detected.

//

#define STATUS_EOM_OVERFLOW              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000177L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MEDIA

//

// MessageText:

//

// {No Media}

// There is no media in the drive. Please insert media into drive %hs.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MEDIA                  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000178L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SUCH_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A member could not be added to or removed from the local group because the member does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SUCH_MEMBER            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A new member could not be added to a local group because the member has the wrong account type.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_MEMBER            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KEY_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Illegal operation attempted on a registry key which has been marked for deletion.

//

#define STATUS_KEY_DELETED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_LOG_SPACE

//

// MessageText:

//

// System could not allocate required space in a registry log.

//

#define STATUS_NO_LOG_SPACE              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_SIDS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Too many Sids have been specified.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_SIDS             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LM_CROSS_ENCRYPTION_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to change a user password in the security account manager without providing the necessary LM cross-encrypted password.

//

#define STATUS_LM_CROSS_ENCRYPTION_REQUIRED ((NTSTATUS)0xC000017FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KEY_HAS_CHILDREN

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to create a symbolic link in a registry key that already has subkeys or values.

//

#define STATUS_KEY_HAS_CHILDREN          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000180L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CHILD_MUST_BE_VOLATILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to create a Stable subkey under a Volatile parent key.

//

#define STATUS_CHILD_MUST_BE_VOLATILE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000181L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_CONFIGURATION_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The I/O device is configured incorrectly or the configuration parameters to the driver are incorrect.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_CONFIGURATION_ERROR ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000182L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_INTERNAL_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An error was detected between two drivers or within an I/O driver.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_INTERNAL_ERROR     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000183L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_STATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device is not in a valid state to perform this request.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_STATE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000184L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_DEVICE_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The I/O device reported an I/O error.

//

#define STATUS_IO_DEVICE_ERROR           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000185L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_PROTOCOL_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// A protocol error was detected between the driver and the device.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_PROTOCOL_ERROR     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000186L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BACKUP_CONTROLLER

//

// MessageText:

//

// This operation is only allowed for the Primary Domain Controller of the domain.

//

#define STATUS_BACKUP_CONTROLLER         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000187L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOG_FILE_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Log file space is insufficient to support this operation.

//

#define STATUS_LOG_FILE_FULL             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000188L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_LATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A write operation was attempted to a volume after it was dismounted.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_LATE                  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000189L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_TRUST_LSA_SECRET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The workstation does not have a trust secret for the primary domain in the local LSA database.

//

#define STATUS_NO_TRUST_LSA_SECRET       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The SAM database on the Windows Server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship.

//

#define STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRUSTED_DOMAIN_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The logon request failed because the trust relationship between the primary domain and the trusted domain failed.

//

#define STATUS_TRUSTED_DOMAIN_FAILURE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRUSTED_RELATIONSHIP_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The logon request failed because the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.

//

#define STATUS_TRUSTED_RELATIONSHIP_FAILURE ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVENTLOG_FILE_CORRUPT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Eventlog log file is corrupt.

//

#define STATUS_EVENTLOG_FILE_CORRUPT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVENTLOG_CANT_START

//

// MessageText:

//

// No Eventlog log file could be opened. The Eventlog service did not start.

//

#define STATUS_EVENTLOG_CANT_START       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000018FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRUST_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The network logon failed. This may be because the validation authority can't be reached.

//

#define STATUS_TRUST_FAILURE             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000190L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MUTANT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to acquire a mutant such that its maximum count would have been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_MUTANT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000191L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETLOGON_NOT_STARTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to logon, but the netlogon service was not started.

//

#define STATUS_NETLOGON_NOT_STARTED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000192L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCOUNT_EXPIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user's account has expired.

//

#define STATUS_ACCOUNT_EXPIRED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000193L)    // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_POSSIBLE_DEADLOCK

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Possible deadlock condition.

//

#define STATUS_POSSIBLE_DEADLOCK         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000194L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_CREDENTIAL_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed. Disconnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try again.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_CREDENTIAL_CONFLICT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000195L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_SESSION_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to establish a session to a network server, but there are already too many sessions established to that server.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_SESSION_LIMIT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000196L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVENTLOG_FILE_CHANGED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The log file has changed between reads.

//

#define STATUS_EVENTLOG_FILE_CHANGED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000197L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOLOGON_INTERDOMAIN_TRUST_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The account used is an Interdomain Trust account. Use your global user account or local user account to access this server.

//

#define STATUS_NOLOGON_INTERDOMAIN_TRUST_ACCOUNT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000198L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOLOGON_WORKSTATION_TRUST_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The account used is a Computer Account. Use your global user account or local user account to access this server.

//

#define STATUS_NOLOGON_WORKSTATION_TRUST_ACCOUNT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000199L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOLOGON_SERVER_TRUST_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The account used is an Server Trust account. Use your global user account or local user account to access this server.

//

#define STATUS_NOLOGON_SERVER_TRUST_ACCOUNT ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOMAIN_TRUST_INCONSISTENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The name or SID of the domain specified is inconsistent with the trust information for that domain.

//

#define STATUS_DOMAIN_TRUST_INCONSISTENT ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FS_DRIVER_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A volume has been accessed for which a file system driver is required that has not yet been loaded.

//

#define STATUS_FS_DRIVER_REQUIRED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_ALREADY_LOADED_AS_DLL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates that the specified image is already loaded as a DLL.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_ALREADY_LOADED_AS_DLL ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INCOMPATIBLE_WITH_GLOBAL_SHORT_NAME_REGISTRY_SETTING

//

// MessageText:

//

// Short name settings may not be changed on this volume due to the global registry setting.

//

#define STATUS_INCOMPATIBLE_WITH_GLOBAL_SHORT_NAME_REGISTRY_SETTING ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHORT_NAMES_NOT_ENABLED_ON_VOLUME

//

// MessageText:

//

// Short names are not enabled on this volume.

//

#define STATUS_SHORT_NAMES_NOT_ENABLED_ON_VOLUME ((NTSTATUS)0xC000019FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SECURITY_STREAM_IS_INCONSISTENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The security stream for the given volume is in an inconsistent state.

// Please run CHKDSK on the volume.

//

#define STATUS_SECURITY_STREAM_IS_INCONSISTENT ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_LOCK_RANGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A requested file lock operation cannot be processed due to an invalid byte range.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_LOCK_RANGE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ACE_CONDITION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid ACE Condition}

// The specified access control entry (ACE) contains an invalid condition.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ACE_CONDITION     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_SUBSYSTEM_NOT_PRESENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The subsystem needed to support the image type is not present.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_SUBSYSTEM_NOT_PRESENT ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOTIFICATION_GUID_ALREADY_DEFINED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid ACE Condition}

// The specified file already has a notification GUID associated with it.

//

#define STATUS_NOTIFICATION_GUID_ALREADY_DEFINED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_EXCEPTION_HANDLER

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid exception handler routine has been detected.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_EXCEPTION_HANDLER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DUPLICATE_PRIVILEGES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Duplicate privileges were specified for the token.

//

#define STATUS_DUPLICATE_PRIVILEGES      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_ALLOWED_ON_SYSTEM_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Requested action not allowed on a file system internal file.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_ALLOWED_ON_SYSTEM_FILE ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPAIR_NEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A portion of the file system requires repair.

//

#define STATUS_REPAIR_NEEDED             ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_QUOTA_NOT_ENABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Quota support is not enabled on the system.

//

#define STATUS_QUOTA_NOT_ENABLED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001A9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_APPLICATION_PACKAGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The operation failed because the application is not part of an application package.

//

#define STATUS_NO_APPLICATION_PACKAGE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00001AAL)

 

//

//  Available range of NTSTATUS codes

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_OPEN_RESTRICTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A remote open failed because the network open restrictions were not satisfied.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_OPEN_RESTRICTION  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000201L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_USER_SESSION_KEY

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is no user session key for the specified logon session.

//

#define STATUS_NO_USER_SESSION_KEY       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000202L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER_SESSION_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote user session has been deleted.

//

#define STATUS_USER_SESSION_DELETED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000203L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_LANG_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Indicates the specified resource language ID cannot be found in the

// image file.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_LANG_NOT_FOUND   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000204L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSUFF_SERVER_RESOURCES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Insufficient server resources exist to complete the request.

//

#define STATUS_INSUFF_SERVER_RESOURCES   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000205L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_BUFFER_SIZE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The size of the buffer is invalid for the specified operation.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_BUFFER_SIZE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000206L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS_COMPONENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport rejected the network address specified as invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS_COMPONENT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000207L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS_WILDCARD

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport rejected the network address specified due to an invalid use of a wildcard.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_ADDRESS_WILDCARD  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000208L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_ADDRESSES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport address could not be opened because all the available addresses are in use.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_ADDRESSES        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000209L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ADDRESS_ALREADY_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport address could not be opened because it already exists.

//

#define STATUS_ADDRESS_ALREADY_EXISTS    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ADDRESS_CLOSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport address is now closed.

//

#define STATUS_ADDRESS_CLOSED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_DISCONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport connection is now disconnected.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_DISCONNECTED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_RESET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport connection has been reset.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_RESET          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_NODES

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport cannot dynamically acquire any more nodes.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_NODES            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_ABORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport aborted a pending transaction.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_ABORTED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000020FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_TIMED_OUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport timed out a request waiting for a response.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_TIMED_OUT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000210L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_NO_RELEASE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport did not receive a release for a pending response.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_NO_RELEASE    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000211L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_NO_MATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport did not find a transaction matching the specific token.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_NO_MATCH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000212L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_RESPONDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport had previously responded to a transaction request.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_RESPONDED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000213L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_INVALID_ID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport does not recognized the transaction request identifier specified.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_INVALID_ID    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000214L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSACTION_INVALID_TYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport does not recognize the transaction request type specified.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSACTION_INVALID_TYPE  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000215L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_SERVER_SESSION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport can only process the specified request on the server side of a session.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_SERVER_SESSION        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000216L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_CLIENT_SESSION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport can only process the specified request on the client side of a session.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_CLIENT_SESSION        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000217L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANNOT_LOAD_REGISTRY_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Registry File Failure}

// The registry cannot load the hive (file):

// %hs

// or its log or alternate.

// It is corrupt, absent, or not writable.

//

#define STATUS_CANNOT_LOAD_REGISTRY_FILE ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000218L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEBUG_ATTACH_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Unexpected Failure in DebugActiveProcess}

// An unexpected failure occurred while processing a DebugActiveProcess API request. You may choose OK to terminate the process, or Cancel to ignore the error.

//

#define STATUS_DEBUG_ATTACH_FAILED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000219L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Fatal System Error}

// The %hs system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0x%08x (0x%08x 0x%08x).

// The system has been shut down.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATA_NOT_ACCEPTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Data Not Accepted}

// The TDI client could not handle the data received during an indication.

//

#define STATUS_DATA_NOT_ACCEPTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_BROWSER_SERVERS_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Unable to Retrieve Browser Server List}

// The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available.

//

#define STATUS_NO_BROWSER_SERVERS_FOUND  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VDM_HARD_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// NTVDM encountered a hard error.

//

#define STATUS_VDM_HARD_ERROR            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_CANCEL_TIMEOUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Cancel Timeout}

// The driver %hs failed to complete a cancelled I/O request in the allotted time.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_CANCEL_TIMEOUT     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPLY_MESSAGE_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Reply Message Mismatch}

// An attempt was made to reply to an LPC message, but the thread specified by the client ID in the message was not waiting on that message.

//

#define STATUS_REPLY_MESSAGE_MISMATCH    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000021FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MAPPED_ALIGNMENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Mapped View Alignment Incorrect}

// An attempt was made to map a view of a file, but either the specified base address or the offset into the file were not aligned on the proper allocation granularity.

//

#define STATUS_MAPPED_ALIGNMENT          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000220L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Bad Image Checksum}

// The image %hs is possibly corrupt. The header checksum does not match the computed checksum.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000221L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOST_WRITEBEHIND_DATA

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Delayed Write Failed}

// Windows was unable to save all the data for the file %hs. The data has been lost. This error may be caused by a failure of your computer hardware or network connection. Please try to save this file elsewhere.

//

#define STATUS_LOST_WRITEBEHIND_DATA     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000222L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CLIENT_SERVER_PARAMETERS_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The parameter(s) passed to the server in the client/server shared memory window were invalid. Too much data may have been put in the shared memory window.

//

#define STATUS_CLIENT_SERVER_PARAMETERS_INVALID ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000223L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PASSWORD_MUST_CHANGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user's password must be changed before signing in.

//

#define STATUS_PASSWORD_MUST_CHANGE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000224L)    // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The object was not found.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_FOUND                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000225L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_TINY_STREAM

//

// MessageText:

//

// The stream is not a tiny stream.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_TINY_STREAM           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000226L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RECOVERY_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A transaction recover failed.

//

#define STATUS_RECOVERY_FAILURE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000227L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STACK_OVERFLOW_READ

//

// MessageText:

//

// The request must be handled by the stack overflow code.

//

#define STATUS_STACK_OVERFLOW_READ       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000228L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FAIL_CHECK

//

// MessageText:

//

// A consistency check failed.

//

#define STATUS_FAIL_CHECK                ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000229L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DUPLICATE_OBJECTID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attempt to insert the ID in the index failed because the ID is already in the index.

//

#define STATUS_DUPLICATE_OBJECTID        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECTID_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attempt to set the object's ID failed because the object already has an ID.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECTID_EXISTS           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONVERT_TO_LARGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Internal OFS status codes indicating how an allocation operation is handled. Either it is retried after the containing onode is moved or the extent stream is converted to a large stream.

//

#define STATUS_CONVERT_TO_LARGE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RETRY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The request needs to be retried.

//

#define STATUS_RETRY                     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FOUND_OUT_OF_SCOPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attempt to find the object found an object matching by ID on the volume but it is out of the scope of the handle used for the operation.

//

#define STATUS_FOUND_OUT_OF_SCOPE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALLOCATE_BUCKET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The bucket array must be grown. Retry transaction after doing so.

//

#define STATUS_ALLOCATE_BUCKET           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000022FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROPSET_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The property set specified does not exist on the object.

//

#define STATUS_PROPSET_NOT_FOUND         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000230L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MARSHALL_OVERFLOW

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user/kernel marshalling buffer has overflowed.

//

#define STATUS_MARSHALL_OVERFLOW         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000231L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_VARIANT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The supplied variant structure contains invalid data.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_VARIANT           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000232L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// Could not find a domain controller for this domain.

//

#define STATUS_DOMAIN_CONTROLLER_NOT_FOUND ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000233L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCOUNT_LOCKED_OUT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user account has been automatically locked because too many invalid logon attempts or password change attempts have been requested.

//

#define STATUS_ACCOUNT_LOCKED_OUT        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000234L)    // ntsubauth

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HANDLE_NOT_CLOSABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// NtClose was called on a handle that was protected from close via NtSetInformationObject.

//

#define STATUS_HANDLE_NOT_CLOSABLE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000235L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_REFUSED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport connection attempt was refused by the remote system.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_REFUSED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000236L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_GRACEFUL_DISCONNECT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport connection was gracefully closed.

//

#define STATUS_GRACEFUL_DISCONNECT       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000237L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ADDRESS_ALREADY_ASSOCIATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport endpoint already has an address associated with it.

//

#define STATUS_ADDRESS_ALREADY_ASSOCIATED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000238L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ADDRESS_NOT_ASSOCIATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An address has not yet been associated with the transport endpoint.

//

#define STATUS_ADDRESS_NOT_ASSOCIATED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000239L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// An operation was attempted on a nonexistent transport connection.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_INVALID        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_ACTIVE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid operation was attempted on an active transport connection.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_ACTIVE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_UNREACHABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote network is not reachable by the transport.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_UNREACHABLE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HOST_UNREACHABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote system is not reachable by the transport.

//

#define STATUS_HOST_UNREACHABLE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PROTOCOL_UNREACHABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote system does not support the transport protocol.

//

#define STATUS_PROTOCOL_UNREACHABLE      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_UNREACHABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// No service is operating at the destination port of the transport on the remote system.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_UNREACHABLE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000023FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REQUEST_ABORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The request was aborted.

//

#define STATUS_REQUEST_ABORTED           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000240L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_ABORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport connection was aborted by the local system.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_ABORTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000241L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_COMPRESSION_BUFFER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified buffer contains ill-formed data.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_COMPRESSION_BUFFER    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000242L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER_MAPPED_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation cannot be performed on a file with a user mapped section open.

//

#define STATUS_USER_MAPPED_FILE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000243L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_AUDIT_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Audit Failed}

// An attempt to generate a security audit failed.

//

#define STATUS_AUDIT_FAILED              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000244L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TIMER_RESOLUTION_NOT_SET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The timer resolution was not previously set by the current process.

//

#define STATUS_TIMER_RESOLUTION_NOT_SET  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000245L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CONNECTION_COUNT_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// A connection to the server could not be made because the limit on the number of concurrent connections for this account has been reached.

//

#define STATUS_CONNECTION_COUNT_LIMIT    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000246L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGIN_TIME_RESTRICTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Attempting to login during an unauthorized time of day for this account.

//

#define STATUS_LOGIN_TIME_RESTRICTION    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000247L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LOGIN_WKSTA_RESTRICTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The account is not authorized to login from this station.

//

#define STATUS_LOGIN_WKSTA_RESTRICTION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000248L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IMAGE_MP_UP_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// {UP/MP Image Mismatch}

// The image %hs has been modified for use on a uniprocessor system, but you are running it on a multiprocessor machine.

// Please reinstall the image file.

//

#define STATUS_IMAGE_MP_UP_MISMATCH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000249L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_LOGON_INFO

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is insufficient account information to log you on.

//

#define STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_LOGON_INFO   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000250L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_DLL_ENTRYPOINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid DLL Entrypoint}

// The dynamic link library %hs is not written correctly. The stack pointer has been left in an inconsistent state. The entrypoint should be declared as WINAPI or STDCALL. Select YES to fail the DLL load. Select NO to continue execution. Selecting NO may cause the application to operate incorrectly.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_DLL_ENTRYPOINT        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000251L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_SERVICE_ENTRYPOINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Invalid Service Callback Entrypoint}

// The %hs service is not written correctly. The stack pointer has been left in an inconsistent state. The callback entrypoint should be declared as WINAPI or STDCALL. Selecting OK will cause the service to continue operation. However, the service process may operate incorrectly.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_SERVICE_ENTRYPOINT    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000252L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LPC_REPLY_LOST

//

// MessageText:

//

// The server received the messages but did not send a reply.

//

#define STATUS_LPC_REPLY_LOST            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000253L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IP_ADDRESS_CONFLICT1

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is an IP address conflict with another system on the network

//

#define STATUS_IP_ADDRESS_CONFLICT1      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000254L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IP_ADDRESS_CONFLICT2

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is an IP address conflict with another system on the network

//

#define STATUS_IP_ADDRESS_CONFLICT2      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000255L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REGISTRY_QUOTA_LIMIT

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Low On Registry Space}

// The system has reached the maximum size allowed for the system part of the registry. Additional storage requests will be ignored.

//

#define STATUS_REGISTRY_QUOTA_LIMIT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000256L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PATH_NOT_COVERED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The contacted server does not support the indicated part of the DFS namespace.

//

#define STATUS_PATH_NOT_COVERED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000257L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_CALLBACK_ACTIVE

//

// MessageText:

//

// A callback return system service cannot be executed when no callback is active.

//

#define STATUS_NO_CALLBACK_ACTIVE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000258L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LICENSE_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The service being accessed is licensed for a particular number of connections. No more connections can be made to the service at this time because there are already as many connections as the service can accept.

//

#define STATUS_LICENSE_QUOTA_EXCEEDED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000259L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PWD_TOO_SHORT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The password provided is too short to meet the policy of your user account. Please choose a longer password.

//

#define STATUS_PWD_TOO_SHORT             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000025AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PWD_TOO_RECENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The policy of your user account does not allow you to change passwords too frequently. This is done to prevent users from changing back to a familiar, but potentially discovered, password. If you feel your password has been compromised then please contact your administrator immediately to have a new one assigned.

//

#define STATUS_PWD_TOO_RECENT            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000025BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PWD_HISTORY_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// You have attempted to change your password to one that you have used in the past. The policy of your user account does not allow this. Please select a password that you have not previously used.

//

#define STATUS_PWD_HISTORY_CONFLICT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000025CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PLUGPLAY_NO_DEVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// You have attempted to load a legacy device driver while its device instance had been disabled.

//

#define STATUS_PLUGPLAY_NO_DEVICE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000025EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNSUPPORTED_COMPRESSION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified compression format is unsupported.

//

#define STATUS_UNSUPPORTED_COMPRESSION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000025FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_HW_PROFILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified hardware profile configuration is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_HW_PROFILE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000260L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_PLUGPLAY_DEVICE_PATH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified Plug and Play registry device path is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_PLUGPLAY_DEVICE_PATH ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000261L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_ORDINAL_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Driver Entry Point Not Found}

// The %hs device driver could not locate the ordinal %ld in driver %hs.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_ORDINAL_NOT_FOUND  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000262L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Driver Entry Point Not Found}

// The %hs device driver could not locate the entry point %hs in driver %hs.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_ENTRYPOINT_NOT_FOUND ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000263L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RESOURCE_NOT_OWNED

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Application Error}

// The application attempted to release a resource it did not own. Click OK to terminate the application.

//

#define STATUS_RESOURCE_NOT_OWNED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000264L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_LINKS

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made to create more links on a file than the file system supports.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_LINKS            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000265L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_QUOTA_LIST_INCONSISTENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified quota list is internally inconsistent with its descriptor.

//

#define STATUS_QUOTA_LIST_INCONSISTENT   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000266L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_IS_OFFLINE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified file has been relocated to offline storage.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_IS_OFFLINE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000267L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EVALUATION_EXPIRATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Windows Evaluation Notification}

// The evaluation period for this installation of Windows has expired. This system will shutdown in 1 hour. To restore access to this installation of Windows, please upgrade this installation using a licensed distribution of this product.

//

#define STATUS_EVALUATION_EXPIRATION     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000268L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_DLL_RELOCATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Illegal System DLL Relocation}

// The system DLL %hs was relocated in memory. The application will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL %hs occupied an address range reserved for Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted for a new DLL.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_DLL_RELOCATION    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000269L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_LICENSE_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {License Violation}

// The system has detected tampering with your registered product type. This is a violation of your software license. Tampering with product type is not permitted.

//

#define STATUS_LICENSE_VIOLATION         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DLL_INIT_FAILED_LOGOFF

//

// MessageText:

//

// {DLL Initialization Failed}

// The application failed to initialize because the window station is shutting down.

//

#define STATUS_DLL_INIT_FAILED_LOGOFF    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_UNABLE_TO_LOAD

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Unable to Load Device Driver}

// %hs device driver could not be loaded.

// Error Status was 0x%x

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_UNABLE_TO_LOAD     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DFS_UNAVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// DFS is unavailable on the contacted server.

//

#define STATUS_DFS_UNAVAILABLE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VOLUME_DISMOUNTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An operation was attempted to a volume after it was dismounted.

//

#define STATUS_VOLUME_DISMOUNTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_INTERNAL_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// An internal error occurred in the Win32 x86 emulation subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_INTERNAL_ERROR       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000026FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WX86_FLOAT_STACK_CHECK

//

// MessageText:

//

// Win32 x86 emulation subsystem Floating-point stack check.

//

#define STATUS_WX86_FLOAT_STACK_CHECK    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000270L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VALIDATE_CONTINUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The validation process needs to continue on to the next step.

//

#define STATUS_VALIDATE_CONTINUE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000271L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// There was no match for the specified key in the index.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MATCH                  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000272L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_MORE_MATCHES

//

// MessageText:

//

// There are no more matches for the current index enumeration.

//

#define STATUS_NO_MORE_MATCHES           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000273L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_A_REPARSE_POINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The NTFS file or directory is not a reparse point.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_A_REPARSE_POINT       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000275L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Windows I/O reparse tag passed for the NTFS reparse point is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_INVALID    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000276L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Windows I/O reparse tag does not match the one present in the NTFS reparse point.

//

#define STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_MISMATCH   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000277L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_REPARSE_DATA_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The user data passed for the NTFS reparse point is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_IO_REPARSE_DATA_INVALID   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000278L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_NOT_HANDLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The layered file system driver for this IO tag did not handle it when needed.

//

#define STATUS_IO_REPARSE_TAG_NOT_HANDLED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000279L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PWD_TOO_LONG

//

// MessageText:

//

// The password provided is too long to meet the policy of your user account. Please choose a shorter password.

//

#define STATUS_PWD_TOO_LONG              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000027AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STOWED_EXCEPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// An application-internal exception has occurred.

//

#define STATUS_STOWED_EXCEPTION          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000027BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPARSE_POINT_NOT_RESOLVED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The NTFS symbolic link could not be resolved even though the initial file name is valid.

//

#define STATUS_REPARSE_POINT_NOT_RESOLVED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000280L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DIRECTORY_IS_A_REPARSE_POINT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The NTFS directory is a reparse point.

//

#define STATUS_DIRECTORY_IS_A_REPARSE_POINT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000281L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RANGE_LIST_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The range could not be added to the range list because of a conflict.

//

#define STATUS_RANGE_LIST_CONFLICT       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000282L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SOURCE_ELEMENT_EMPTY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified medium changer source element contains no media.

//

#define STATUS_SOURCE_ELEMENT_EMPTY      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000283L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DESTINATION_ELEMENT_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified medium changer destination element already contains media.

//

#define STATUS_DESTINATION_ELEMENT_FULL  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000284L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ILLEGAL_ELEMENT_ADDRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified medium changer element does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_ILLEGAL_ELEMENT_ADDRESS   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000285L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MAGAZINE_NOT_PRESENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified element is contained within a magazine that is no longer present.

//

#define STATUS_MAGAZINE_NOT_PRESENT      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000286L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REINITIALIZATION_NEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device requires reinitialization due to hardware errors.

//

#define STATUS_REINITIALIZATION_NEEDED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000287L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_REQUIRES_CLEANING

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device has indicated that cleaning is necessary.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_REQUIRES_CLEANING  ((NTSTATUS)0x80000288L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_DOOR_OPEN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device has indicated that its door is open. Further operations require it closed and secured.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_DOOR_OPEN          ((NTSTATUS)0x80000289L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ENCRYPTION_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file encryption attempt failed.

//

#define STATUS_ENCRYPTION_FAILED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DECRYPTION_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file decryption attempt failed.

//

#define STATUS_DECRYPTION_FAILED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_RANGE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified range could not be found in the range list.

//

#define STATUS_RANGE_NOT_FOUND           ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_RECOVERY_POLICY

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is no encryption recovery policy configured for this system.

//

#define STATUS_NO_RECOVERY_POLICY        ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_EFS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The required encryption driver is not loaded for this system.

//

#define STATUS_NO_EFS                    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WRONG_EFS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The file was encrypted with a different encryption driver than is currently loaded.

//

#define STATUS_WRONG_EFS                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC000028FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_USER_KEYS

//

// MessageText:

//

// There are no EFS keys defined for the user.

//

#define STATUS_NO_USER_KEYS              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000290L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_NOT_ENCRYPTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified file is not encrypted.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_NOT_ENCRYPTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000291L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_EXPORT_FORMAT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified file is not in the defined EFS export format.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_EXPORT_FORMAT         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000292L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FILE_ENCRYPTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified file is encrypted and the user does not have the ability to decrypt it.

//

#define STATUS_FILE_ENCRYPTED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000293L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WAKE_SYSTEM

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system has awoken

//

#define STATUS_WAKE_SYSTEM               ((NTSTATUS)0x40000294L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_GUID_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The guid passed was not recognized as valid by a WMI data provider.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_GUID_NOT_FOUND        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000295L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_INSTANCE_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The instance name passed was not recognized as valid by a WMI data provider.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_INSTANCE_NOT_FOUND    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000296L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_ITEMID_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The data item id passed was not recognized as valid by a WMI data provider.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_ITEMID_NOT_FOUND      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000297L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_TRY_AGAIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The WMI request could not be completed and should be retried.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_TRY_AGAIN             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000298L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHARED_POLICY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The policy object is shared and can only be modified at the root

//

#define STATUS_SHARED_POLICY             ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000299L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_POLICY_OBJECT_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The policy object does not exist when it should

//

#define STATUS_POLICY_OBJECT_NOT_FOUND   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_POLICY_ONLY_IN_DS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested policy information only lives in the Ds

//

#define STATUS_POLICY_ONLY_IN_DS         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VOLUME_NOT_UPGRADED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The volume must be upgraded to enable this feature

//

#define STATUS_VOLUME_NOT_UPGRADED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_STORAGE_NOT_ACTIVE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote storage service is not operational at this time.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_STORAGE_NOT_ACTIVE ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REMOTE_STORAGE_MEDIA_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The remote storage service encountered a media error.

//

#define STATUS_REMOTE_STORAGE_MEDIA_ERROR ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_TRACKING_SERVICE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The tracking (workstation) service is not running.

//

#define STATUS_NO_TRACKING_SERVICE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000029FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVER_SID_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The server process is running under a SID different than that required by client.

//

#define STATUS_SERVER_SID_MISMATCH       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A0L)

 

//

// Directory Service specific Errors

//

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_ATTRIBUTE_OR_VALUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified directory service attribute or value does not exist.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_ATTRIBUTE_OR_VALUE  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_INVALID_ATTRIBUTE_SYNTAX

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attribute syntax specified to the directory service is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_DS_INVALID_ATTRIBUTE_SYNTAX ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UNDEFINED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The attribute type specified to the directory service is not defined.

//

#define STATUS_DS_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_UNDEFINED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_ATTRIBUTE_OR_VALUE_EXISTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified directory service attribute or value already exists.

//

#define STATUS_DS_ATTRIBUTE_OR_VALUE_EXISTS ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_BUSY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service is busy.

//

#define STATUS_DS_BUSY                   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_UNAVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service is not available.

//

#define STATUS_DS_UNAVAILABLE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_RIDS_ALLOCATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service was unable to allocate a relative identifier.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_RIDS_ALLOCATED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_MORE_RIDS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service has exhausted the pool of relative identifiers.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_MORE_RIDS           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_INCORRECT_ROLE_OWNER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation could not be performed because the directory service is not the master for that type of operation.

//

#define STATUS_DS_INCORRECT_ROLE_OWNER   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002A9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_RIDMGR_INIT_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service was unable to initialize the subsystem that allocates relative identifiers.

//

#define STATUS_DS_RIDMGR_INIT_ERROR      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002AAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_OBJ_CLASS_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation did not satisfy one or more constraints associated with the class of the object.

//

#define STATUS_DS_OBJ_CLASS_VIOLATION    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002ABL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CANT_ON_NON_LEAF

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service can perform the requested operation only on a leaf object.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CANT_ON_NON_LEAF       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002ACL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CANT_ON_RDN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service cannot perform the requested operation on the Relatively Defined Name (RDN) attribute of an object.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CANT_ON_RDN            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002ADL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CANT_MOD_OBJ_CLASS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service detected an attempt to modify the object class of an object.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CANT_MOD_OBJ_CLASS     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002AEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CROSS_DOM_MOVE_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An error occurred while performing a cross domain move operation.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CROSS_DOM_MOVE_FAILED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002AFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GC_NOT_AVAILABLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Unable to Contact the Global Catalog Server.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GC_NOT_AVAILABLE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DIRECTORY_SERVICE_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation requires a directory service, and none was available.

//

#define STATUS_DIRECTORY_SERVICE_REQUIRED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REPARSE_ATTRIBUTE_CONFLICT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The reparse attribute cannot be set as it is incompatible with an existing attribute.

//

#define STATUS_REPARSE_ATTRIBUTE_CONFLICT ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANT_ENABLE_DENY_ONLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A group marked use for deny only cannot be enabled.

//

#define STATUS_CANT_ENABLE_DENY_ONLY     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_MULTIPLE_FAULTS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Multiple floating point faults.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_MULTIPLE_FAULTS     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B4L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FLOAT_MULTIPLE_TRAPS

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Multiple floating point traps.

//

#define STATUS_FLOAT_MULTIPLE_TRAPS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B5L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_REMOVED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device has been removed.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_REMOVED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_JOURNAL_DELETE_IN_PROGRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The volume change journal is being deleted.

//

#define STATUS_JOURNAL_DELETE_IN_PROGRESS ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_JOURNAL_NOT_ACTIVE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The volume change journal is not active.

//

#define STATUS_JOURNAL_NOT_ACTIVE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOINTERFACE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested interface is not supported.

//

#define STATUS_NOINTERFACE               ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002B9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_RIDMGR_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory service detected the subsystem that allocates relative identifiers is disabled. This can occur as a protective mechanism when the system determines a significant portion of relative identifiers (RIDs) have been exhausted. Please see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=228610 for recommended diagnostic steps and the procedure to re-enable account creation.

//

#define STATUS_DS_RIDMGR_DISABLED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002BAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_ADMIN_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A directory service resource limit has been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_DS_ADMIN_LIMIT_EXCEEDED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_FAILED_SLEEP

//

// MessageText:

//

// {System Standby Failed}

// The driver %hs does not support standby mode. Updating this driver may allow the system to go to standby mode.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_FAILED_SLEEP       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MUTUAL_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Mutual Authentication failed. The server's password is out of date at the domain controller.

//

#define STATUS_MUTUAL_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CORRUPT_SYSTEM_FILE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system file %1 has become corrupt and has been replaced.

//

#define STATUS_CORRUPT_SYSTEM_FILE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DATATYPE_MISALIGNMENT_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Alignment Error

// A datatype misalignment error was detected in a load or store instruction.

//

#define STATUS_DATATYPE_MISALIGNMENT_ERROR ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C5L)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_READ_ONLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The WMI data item or data block is read only.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_READ_ONLY             ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_SET_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The WMI data item or data block could not be changed.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_SET_FAILURE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_COMMITMENT_MINIMUM

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Virtual Memory Minimum Too Low}

// Your system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of your virtual memory paging file. During this process, memory requests for some applications may be denied. For more information, see Help.

//

#define STATUS_COMMITMENT_MINIMUM        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REG_NAT_CONSUMPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// {EXCEPTION}

// Register NaT consumption faults.

// A NaT value is consumed on a non speculative instruction.

//

#define STATUS_REG_NAT_CONSUMPTION       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002C9L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TRANSPORT_FULL

//

// MessageText:

//

// The medium changer's transport element contains media, which is causing the operation to fail.

//

#define STATUS_TRANSPORT_FULL            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Security Accounts Manager initialization failed because of the following error:

// %hs

// Error Status: 0x%x.

// Please shutdown this system and reboot into Directory Services Restore Mode, check the event log for more detailed information.

//

#define STATUS_DS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ONLY_IF_CONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// This operation is supported only when you are connected to the server.

//

#define STATUS_ONLY_IF_CONNECTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_SENSITIVE_GROUP_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// Only an administrator can modify the membership list of an administrative group.

//

#define STATUS_DS_SENSITIVE_GROUP_VIOLATION ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PNP_RESTART_ENUMERATION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A device was removed so enumeration must be restarted.

//

#define STATUS_PNP_RESTART_ENUMERATION   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_JOURNAL_ENTRY_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The journal entry has been deleted from the journal.

//

#define STATUS_JOURNAL_ENTRY_DELETED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002CFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CANT_MOD_PRIMARYGROUPID

//

// MessageText:

//

// Cannot change the primary group ID of a domain controller account.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CANT_MOD_PRIMARYGROUPID ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BAD_SIGNATURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Fatal System Error}

// The system image %s is not properly signed. The file has been replaced with the signed file. The system has been shut down.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BAD_SIGNATURE ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PNP_REBOOT_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Device will not start without a reboot.

//

#define STATUS_PNP_REBOOT_REQUIRED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_POWER_STATE_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// Current device power state cannot support this request.

//

#define STATUS_POWER_STATE_INVALID       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_INVALID_GROUP_TYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified group type is invalid.

//

#define STATUS_DS_INVALID_GROUP_TYPE     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_NEST_GLOBALGROUP_IN_MIXEDDOMAIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// In mixed domain no nesting of global group if group is security enabled.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_NEST_GLOBALGROUP_IN_MIXEDDOMAIN ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_NEST_LOCALGROUP_IN_MIXEDDOMAIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// In mixed domain, cannot nest local groups with other local groups, if the group is security enabled.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_NEST_LOCALGROUP_IN_MIXEDDOMAIN ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_LOCAL_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A global group cannot have a local group as a member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_LOCAL_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_UNIVERSAL_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A global group cannot have a universal group as a member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_UNIVERSAL_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_UNIVERSAL_CANT_HAVE_LOCAL_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A universal group cannot have a local group as a member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_UNIVERSAL_CANT_HAVE_LOCAL_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002D9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_CROSSDOMAIN_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A global group cannot have a cross domain member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GLOBAL_CANT_HAVE_CROSSDOMAIN_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_LOCAL_CANT_HAVE_CROSSDOMAIN_LOCAL_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A local group cannot have another cross domain local group as a member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_LOCAL_CANT_HAVE_CROSSDOMAIN_LOCAL_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_HAVE_PRIMARY_MEMBERS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Cannot change to security disabled group because of having primary members in this group.

//

#define STATUS_DS_HAVE_PRIMARY_MEMBERS   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The WMI operation is not supported by the data block or method.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_NOT_SUPPORTED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_POWER

//

// MessageText:

//

// There is not enough power to complete the requested operation.

//

#define STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_POWER        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SAM_NEED_BOOTKEY_PASSWORD

//

// MessageText:

//

// Security Account Manager needs to get the boot password.

//

#define STATUS_SAM_NEED_BOOTKEY_PASSWORD ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002DFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SAM_NEED_BOOTKEY_FLOPPY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Security Account Manager needs to get the boot key from floppy disk.

//

#define STATUS_SAM_NEED_BOOTKEY_FLOPPY   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_CANT_START

//

// MessageText:

//

// Directory Service cannot start.

//

#define STATUS_DS_CANT_START             ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_INIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Directory Services could not start because of the following error:

// %hs

// Error Status: 0x%x.

// Please shutdown this system and reboot into Directory Services Restore Mode, check the event log for more detailed information.

//

#define STATUS_DS_INIT_FAILURE           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Security Accounts Manager initialization failed because of the following error:

// %hs

// Error Status: 0x%x.

// Please click OK to shutdown this system and reboot into Safe Mode, check the event log for more detailed information.

//

#define STATUS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE          ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GC_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested operation can be performed only on a global catalog server.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GC_REQUIRED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_LOCAL_MEMBER_OF_LOCAL_ONLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// A local group can only be a member of other local groups in the same domain.

//

#define STATUS_DS_LOCAL_MEMBER_OF_LOCAL_ONLY ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NO_FPO_IN_UNIVERSAL_GROUPS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Foreign security principals cannot be members of universal groups.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NO_FPO_IN_UNIVERSAL_GROUPS ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_MACHINE_ACCOUNT_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Your computer could not be joined to the domain. You have exceeded the maximum number of computer accounts you are allowed to create in this domain. Contact your system administrator to have this limit reset or increased.

//

#define STATUS_DS_MACHINE_ACCOUNT_QUOTA_EXCEEDED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MULTIPLE_FAULT_VIOLATION

//

// MessageText:

//

//  STATUS_MULTIPLE_FAULT_VIOLATION

//

#define STATUS_MULTIPLE_FAULT_VIOLATION  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CURRENT_DOMAIN_NOT_ALLOWED

//

// MessageText:

//

// This operation cannot be performed on the current domain.

//

#define STATUS_CURRENT_DOMAIN_NOT_ALLOWED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002E9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CANNOT_MAKE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The directory or file cannot be created.

//

#define STATUS_CANNOT_MAKE               ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002EAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_SHUTDOWN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system is in the process of shutting down.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_SHUTDOWN           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002EBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_INIT_FAILURE_CONSOLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Directory Services could not start because of the following error:

// %hs

// Error Status: 0x%x.

// Please click OK to shutdown the system. You can use the recovery console to diagnose the system further.

//

#define STATUS_DS_INIT_FAILURE_CONSOLE   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002ECL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE_CONSOLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Security Accounts Manager initialization failed because of the following error:

// %hs

// Error Status: 0x%x.

// Please click OK to shutdown the system. You can use the recovery console to diagnose the system further.

//

#define STATUS_DS_SAM_INIT_FAILURE_CONSOLE ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002EDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNFINISHED_CONTEXT_DELETED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A security context was deleted before the context was completed. This is considered a logon failure.

//

#define STATUS_UNFINISHED_CONTEXT_DELETED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002EEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_TGT_REPLY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The client is trying to negotiate a context and the server requires user-to-user but didn't send a TGT reply.

//

#define STATUS_NO_TGT_REPLY              ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002EFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_OBJECTID_NOT_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// An object ID was not found in the file.

//

#define STATUS_OBJECTID_NOT_FOUND        ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F0L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_IP_ADDRESSES

//

// MessageText:

//

// Unable to accomplish the requested task because the local machine does not have any IP addresses.

//

#define STATUS_NO_IP_ADDRESSES           ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F1L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WRONG_CREDENTIAL_HANDLE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The supplied credential handle does not match the credential associated with the security context.

//

#define STATUS_WRONG_CREDENTIAL_HANDLE   ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F2L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CRYPTO_SYSTEM_INVALID

//

// MessageText:

//

// The crypto system or checksum function is invalid because a required function is unavailable.

//

#define STATUS_CRYPTO_SYSTEM_INVALID     ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F3L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MAX_REFERRALS_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The number of maximum ticket referrals has been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_MAX_REFERRALS_EXCEEDED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F4L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MUST_BE_KDC

//

// MessageText:

//

// The local machine must be a Kerberos KDC (domain controller) and it is not.

//

#define STATUS_MUST_BE_KDC               ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F5L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STRONG_CRYPTO_NOT_SUPPORTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The other end of the security negotiation is requires strong crypto but it is not supported on the local machine.

//

#define STATUS_STRONG_CRYPTO_NOT_SUPPORTED ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F6L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_TOO_MANY_PRINCIPALS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The KDC reply contained more than one principal name.

//

#define STATUS_TOO_MANY_PRINCIPALS       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F7L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_PA_DATA

//

// MessageText:

//

// Expected to find PA data for a hint of what etype to use, but it was not found.

//

#define STATUS_NO_PA_DATA                ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F8L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PKINIT_NAME_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The client certificate does not contain a valid UPN, or does not match the client name in the logon request. Please contact your administrator.

//

#define STATUS_PKINIT_NAME_MISMATCH      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002F9L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_LOGON_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Smartcard logon is required and was not used.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_LOGON_REQUIRED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FAL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KDC_INVALID_REQUEST

//

// MessageText:

//

// An invalid request was sent to the KDC.

//

#define STATUS_KDC_INVALID_REQUEST       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FBL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KDC_UNABLE_TO_REFER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The KDC was unable to generate a referral for the service requested.

//

#define STATUS_KDC_UNABLE_TO_REFER       ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FCL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KDC_UNKNOWN_ETYPE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The encryption type requested is not supported by the KDC.

//

#define STATUS_KDC_UNKNOWN_ETYPE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FDL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SHUTDOWN_IN_PROGRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// A system shutdown is in progress.

//

#define STATUS_SHUTDOWN_IN_PROGRESS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FEL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SERVER_SHUTDOWN_IN_PROGRESS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The server machine is shutting down.

//

#define STATUS_SERVER_SHUTDOWN_IN_PROGRESS ((NTSTATUS)0xC00002FFL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED_ON_SBS

//

// MessageText:

//

// This operation is not supported on a computer running Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server

//

#define STATUS_NOT_SUPPORTED_ON_SBS      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000300L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_GUID_DISCONNECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The WMI GUID is no longer available

//

#define STATUS_WMI_GUID_DISCONNECTED     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000301L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_ALREADY_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Collection or events for the WMI GUID is already disabled.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_ALREADY_DISABLED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000302L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_WMI_ALREADY_ENABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Collection or events for the WMI GUID is already enabled.

//

#define STATUS_WMI_ALREADY_ENABLED       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000303L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MFT_TOO_FRAGMENTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Master File Table on the volume is too fragmented to complete this operation.

//

#define STATUS_MFT_TOO_FRAGMENTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000304L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_COPY_PROTECTION_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection failure.

//

#define STATUS_COPY_PROTECTION_FAILURE   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000305L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_AUTHENTICATION_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - DVD CSS Authentication failed.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_AUTHENTICATION_FAILURE ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000306L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_KEY_NOT_PRESENT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - The given sector does not contain a valid key.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_KEY_NOT_PRESENT       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000307L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_KEY_NOT_ESTABLISHED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - DVD session key not established.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_KEY_NOT_ESTABLISHED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000308L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_SCRAMBLED_SECTOR

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - The read failed because the sector is encrypted.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_SCRAMBLED_SECTOR      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000309L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_REGION_MISMATCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - The given DVD's region does not correspond to the

// region setting of the drive.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_REGION_MISMATCH       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000030AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CSS_RESETS_EXHAUSTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Copy protection error - The drive's region setting may be permanent.

//

#define STATUS_CSS_RESETS_EXHAUSTED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000030BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PASSWORD_CHANGE_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// EAS policy requires that the user change their password before this operation can be performed.

//

#define STATUS_PASSWORD_CHANGE_REQUIRED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000030CL)

 

/*++

 

 MessageId's 0x030c - 0x031f (inclusive) are reserved for future **STORAGE**

 copy protection errors.

 

--*/

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PKINIT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Kerberos protocol encountered an error while validating the KDC certificate during smartcard Logon. There is more information in the system event log.

//

#define STATUS_PKINIT_FAILURE            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000320L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_SUBSYSTEM_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Kerberos protocol encountered an error while attempting to utilize the smartcard subsystem.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_SUBSYSTEM_FAILURE ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000321L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_KERB_KEY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The target server does not have acceptable Kerberos credentials.

//

#define STATUS_NO_KERB_KEY               ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000322L)

 

/*++

 

 MessageId's 0x0323 - 0x034f (inclusive) are reserved for other future copy

 protection errors.

 

--*/

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HOST_DOWN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The transport determined that the remote system is down.

//

#define STATUS_HOST_DOWN                 ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000350L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_UNSUPPORTED_PREAUTH

//

// MessageText:

//

// An unsupported preauthentication mechanism was presented to the Kerberos package.

//

#define STATUS_UNSUPPORTED_PREAUTH       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000351L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_EFS_ALG_BLOB_TOO_BIG

//

// MessageText:

//

// The encryption algorithm used on the source file needs a bigger key buffer than the one used on the destination file.

//

#define STATUS_EFS_ALG_BLOB_TOO_BIG      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000352L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PORT_NOT_SET

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt to remove a process's DebugPort was made, but a port was not already associated with the process.

//

#define STATUS_PORT_NOT_SET              ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000353L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEBUGGER_INACTIVE

//

// MessageText:

//

// Debugger Inactive: Windows may have been started without kernel debugging enabled.

//

#define STATUS_DEBUGGER_INACTIVE         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000354L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_VERSION_CHECK_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// This version of Windows is not compatible with the behavior version of directory forest, domain or domain controller.

//

#define STATUS_DS_VERSION_CHECK_FAILURE  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000355L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_AUDITING_DISABLED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified event is currently not being audited.

//

#define STATUS_AUDITING_DISABLED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000356L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PRENT4_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The machine account was created pre-NT4. The account needs to be recreated.

//

#define STATUS_PRENT4_MACHINE_ACCOUNT    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000357L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_AG_CANT_HAVE_UNIVERSAL_MEMBER

//

// MessageText:

//

// A account group cannot have a universal group as a member.

//

#define STATUS_DS_AG_CANT_HAVE_UNIVERSAL_MEMBER ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000358L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_32

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it appears to be a 32-bit Windows image.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_32      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000359L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_64

//

// MessageText:

//

// The specified image file did not have the correct format, it appears to be a 64-bit Windows image.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_WIN_64      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_BAD_BINDINGS

//

// MessageText:

//

// Client's supplied SSPI channel bindings were incorrect.

//

#define STATUS_BAD_BINDINGS              ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NETWORK_SESSION_EXPIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The client's session has expired, so the client must reauthenticate to continue accessing the remote resources.

//

#define STATUS_NETWORK_SESSION_EXPIRED   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_APPHELP_BLOCK

//

// MessageText:

//

// AppHelp dialog canceled thus preventing the application from starting.

//

#define STATUS_APPHELP_BLOCK             ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALL_SIDS_FILTERED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The SID filtering operation removed all SIDs.

//

#define STATUS_ALL_SIDS_FILTERED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NOT_SAFE_MODE_DRIVER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The driver was not loaded because the system is booting into safe mode.

//

#define STATUS_NOT_SAFE_MODE_DRIVER      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000035FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_DEFAULT

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 has been restricted by your Administrator by the default software restriction policy level.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_DEFAULT ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000361L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_PATH

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 has been restricted by your Administrator by location with policy rule %2 placed on path %3

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_PATH ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000362L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_PUBLISHER

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 has been restricted by your Administrator by software publisher policy.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_PUBLISHER ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000363L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_OTHER

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 has been restricted by your Administrator by policy rule %2.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_BY_POLICY_OTHER ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000364L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FAILED_DRIVER_ENTRY

//

// MessageText:

//

// The driver was not loaded because it failed its initialization call.

//

#define STATUS_FAILED_DRIVER_ENTRY       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000365L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DEVICE_ENUMERATION_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The "%hs" encountered an error while applying power or reading the device configuration. This may be caused by a failure of your hardware or by a poor connection.

//

#define STATUS_DEVICE_ENUMERATION_ERROR  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000366L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MOUNT_POINT_NOT_RESOLVED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The create operation failed because the name contained at least one mount point which resolves to a volume to which the specified device object is not attached.

//

#define STATUS_MOUNT_POINT_NOT_RESOLVED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000368L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_OBJECT_PARAMETER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The device object parameter is either not a valid device object or is not attached to the volume specified by the file name.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_OBJECT_PARAMETER ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000369L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_MCA_OCCURED

//

// MessageText:

//

// A Machine Check Error has occurred. Please check the system eventlog for additional information.

//

#define STATUS_MCA_OCCURED               ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_BLOCKED_CRITICAL

//

// MessageText:

//

// Driver %2 has been blocked from loading.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_BLOCKED_CRITICAL   ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_BLOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Driver %2 has been blocked from loading.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_BLOCKED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_DATABASE_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// There was error [%2] processing the driver database.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_DATABASE_ERROR     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SYSTEM_HIVE_TOO_LARGE

//

// MessageText:

//

// System hive size has exceeded its limit.

//

#define STATUS_SYSTEM_HIVE_TOO_LARGE     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INVALID_IMPORT_OF_NON_DLL

//

// MessageText:

//

// A dynamic link library (DLL) referenced a module that was neither a DLL nor the process's executable image.

//

#define STATUS_INVALID_IMPORT_OF_NON_DLL ((NTSTATUS)0xC000036FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_SHUTTING_DOWN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Directory Service is shutting down.

//

#define STATUS_DS_SHUTTING_DOWN          ((NTSTATUS)0x40000370L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_SECRETS

//

// MessageText:

//

// The local account store does not contain secret material for the specified account.

//

#define STATUS_NO_SECRETS                ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000371L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_NO_SAFER_UI_BY_POLICY

//

// MessageText:

//

// Access to %1 has been restricted by your Administrator by policy rule %2.

//

#define STATUS_ACCESS_DISABLED_NO_SAFER_UI_BY_POLICY ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000372L)   

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_FAILED_STACK_SWITCH

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system was not able to allocate enough memory to perform a stack switch.

//

#define STATUS_FAILED_STACK_SWITCH       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000373L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HEAP_CORRUPTION

//

// MessageText:

//

// A heap has been corrupted.

//

#define STATUS_HEAP_CORRUPTION           ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000374L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_WRONG_PIN

//

// MessageText:

//

// An incorrect PIN was presented to the smart card

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_WRONG_PIN       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000380L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_CARD_BLOCKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The smart card is blocked

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_CARD_BLOCKED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000381L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_CARD_NOT_AUTHENTICATED

//

// MessageText:

//

// No PIN was presented to the smart card

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_CARD_NOT_AUTHENTICATED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000382L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_CARD

//

// MessageText:

//

// No smart card available

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_CARD         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000383L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_KEY_CONTAINER

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested key container does not exist on the smart card

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_KEY_CONTAINER ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000384L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_CERTIFICATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested certificate does not exist on the smart card

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_CERTIFICATE  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000385L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_KEYSET

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested keyset does not exist

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_NO_KEYSET       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000386L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_IO_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// A communication error with the smart card has been detected.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_IO_ERROR        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000387L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DOWNGRADE_DETECTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system cannot contact a domain controller to service the authentication request. Please try again later.

//

#define STATUS_DOWNGRADE_DETECTED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000388L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_CERT_REVOKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The smartcard certificate used for authentication has been revoked. Please contact your system administrator. There may be additional information in the event log.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_CERT_REVOKED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000389L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ISSUING_CA_UNTRUSTED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An untrusted certificate authority was detected while processing the smartcard certificate used for authentication. Please contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_ISSUING_CA_UNTRUSTED      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REVOCATION_OFFLINE_C

//

// MessageText:

//

// The revocation status of the smartcard certificate used for authentication could not be determined. Please contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_REVOCATION_OFFLINE_C      ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PKINIT_CLIENT_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The smartcard certificate used for authentication was not trusted. Please contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_PKINIT_CLIENT_FAILURE     ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_CERT_EXPIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The smartcard certificate used for authentication has expired. Please

// contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_CERT_EXPIRED    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DRIVER_FAILED_PRIOR_UNLOAD

//

// MessageText:

//

// The driver could not be loaded because a previous version of the driver is still in memory.

//

#define STATUS_DRIVER_FAILED_PRIOR_UNLOAD ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_SMARTCARD_SILENT_CONTEXT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The smartcard provider could not perform the action since the context was acquired as silent.

//

#define STATUS_SMARTCARD_SILENT_CONTEXT  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000038FL)

 

 /* MessageId up to 0x400 is reserved for smart cards */

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PER_USER_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The current user's delegated trust creation quota has been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_PER_USER_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000401L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ALL_USER_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The total delegated trust creation quota has been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_ALL_USER_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000402L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER_DELETE_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The current user's delegated trust deletion quota has been exceeded.

//

#define STATUS_USER_DELETE_TRUST_QUOTA_EXCEEDED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000403L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_NAME_NOT_UNIQUE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested name already exists as a unique identifier.

//

#define STATUS_DS_NAME_NOT_UNIQUE        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000404L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_DUPLICATE_ID_FOUND

//

// MessageText:

//

// The requested object has a non-unique identifier and cannot be retrieved.

//

#define STATUS_DS_DUPLICATE_ID_FOUND     ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000405L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DS_GROUP_CONVERSION_ERROR

//

// MessageText:

//

// The group cannot be converted due to attribute restrictions on the requested group type.

//

#define STATUS_DS_GROUP_CONVERSION_ERROR ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000406L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VOLSNAP_PREPARE_HIBERNATE

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Volume Shadow Copy Service}

// Please wait while the Volume Shadow Copy Service prepares volume %hs for hibernation.

//

#define STATUS_VOLSNAP_PREPARE_HIBERNATE ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000407L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_USER2USER_REQUIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Kerberos sub-protocol User2User is required.

//

#define STATUS_USER2USER_REQUIRED        ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000408L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_STACK_BUFFER_OVERRUN

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system detected an overrun of a stack-based buffer in this application. This overrun could potentially allow a malicious user to gain control of this application.

//

#define STATUS_STACK_BUFFER_OVERRUN      ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000409L)    // winnt

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_NO_S4U_PROT_SUPPORT

//

// MessageText:

//

// The Kerberos subsystem encountered an error. A service for user protocol request was made against a domain controller which does not support service for user.

//

#define STATUS_NO_S4U_PROT_SUPPORT       ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040AL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_CROSSREALM_DELEGATION_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt was made by this server to make a Kerberos constrained delegation request for a target outside of the server's realm. This is not supported, and indicates a misconfiguration on this server's allowed to delegate to list. Please contact your administrator.

//

#define STATUS_CROSSREALM_DELEGATION_FAILURE ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040BL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_REVOCATION_OFFLINE_KDC

//

// MessageText:

//

// The revocation status of the domain controller certificate used for smartcard authentication could not be determined. There is additional information in the system event log. Please contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_REVOCATION_OFFLINE_KDC    ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040CL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_ISSUING_CA_UNTRUSTED_KDC

//

// MessageText:

//

// An untrusted certificate authority was detected while processing the domain controller certificate used for authentication. There is additional information in the system event log. Please contact your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_ISSUING_CA_UNTRUSTED_KDC  ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040DL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KDC_CERT_EXPIRED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The domain controller certificate used for smartcard logon has expired. Please contact your system administrator with the contents of your system event log.

//

#define STATUS_KDC_CERT_EXPIRED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040EL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_KDC_CERT_REVOKED

//

// MessageText:

//

// The domain controller certificate used for smartcard logon has been revoked. Please contact your system administrator with the contents of your system event log.

//

#define STATUS_KDC_CERT_REVOKED          ((NTSTATUS)0xC000040FL)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_PARAMETER_QUOTA_EXCEEDED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Data present in one of the parameters is more than the function can operate on.

//

#define STATUS_PARAMETER_QUOTA_EXCEEDED  ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000410L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HIBERNATION_FAILURE

//

// MessageText:

//

// The system has failed to hibernate (The error code is %hs). Hibernation will be disabled until the system is restarted.

//

#define STATUS_HIBERNATION_FAILURE       ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000411L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_DELAY_LOAD_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// An attempt to delay-load a .dll or get a function address in a delay-loaded .dll failed.

//

#define STATUS_DELAY_LOAD_FAILED         ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000412L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_AUTHENTICATION_FIREWALL_FAILED

//

// MessageText:

//

// Logon Failure: The machine you are logging onto is protected by an authentication firewall. The specified account is not allowed to authenticate to the machine.

//

#define STATUS_AUTHENTICATION_FIREWALL_FAILED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000413L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_VDM_DISALLOWED

//

// MessageText:

//

// %hs is a 16-bit application. You do not have permissions to execute 16-bit applications. Check your permissions with your system administrator.

//

#define STATUS_VDM_DISALLOWED            ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000414L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_HUNG_DISPLAY_DRIVER_THREAD

//

// MessageText:

//

// {Display Driver Stopped Responding}

// The %hs display driver has stopped working normally. Save your work and reboot the system to restore full display functionality. The next time you reboot the machine a dialog will be displayed giving you a chance to report this failure to Microsoft.

//

#define STATUS_HUNG_DISPLAY_DRIVER_THREAD ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000415L)

 

//

// MessageId: STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCE_FOR_SPECIFIED_SHARED_SECTION_SIZE

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