Windows Release Notes - October 2015 RRS feed

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  • MSDN Release Notes — October 16 2015

    This release contains updated Windows protocol documents for the Windows Client RTM (Windows 10 v1511) release. Documents for this release are available in Windows Protocols in the Open Specifications library on MSDN.

    The following document is new for this release:

    • [MS-OAPXBC]: OAuth 2.0 Protocol Extensions for Broker Clients

    The following documents have been updated for this release:

    • [MS-DSCPM]: Desired State Configuration Pull Model Protocol
    • [MS-ECS]: Enterprise Client Synchronization Protocol
    • [MS-EFSR]: Encrypting File System Remote (EFSRPC) Protocol
    • [MS-EVEN]: EventLog Remoting Protocol
    • [MS-MDE2]: Mobile Device Enrollment Protocol
    • [MS-MDM]: Mobile Device Management Protocol
    • [MS-RSMC]: Remote Session Monitoring and Control Protocol
    • [MS-RSVD]: Remote Shared Virtual Disk Protocol
    • [MS-SMB2]: Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol Versions 2 and 3
    • [MS-SMBD]: SMB2 Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) Transport Protocol
    • [MS-SQOS]: Storage Quality of Service Protocol
    • [MS-TDS]: Tabular Data Stream Protocol
    • [MS-TLSP]: Transport Layer Security (TLS) Profile
    • [MS-VUVP]: VT-UTF8 and VT100+ Protocols
    • [MS-WDHCE]: Wi-Fi Display Protocol: Hardware Cursor Extension
    • [MS-WFDAA]: Wi-Fi Direct (WFD) Application to Application Protocol
    • [MS-WFDHPE]: Wi-Fi Display Protocol Extension

    The following document has been removed for this release:

    • [MS-SYS]: Windows System Overview

    Note the following about the PDFs available in this release:

    ◦ Underscore characters are not always visible in code in the PDF files, depending on the magnification selected by the user. Those characters are present in printed versions of the PDF.
    ◦ Information in a table row may split across two PDF pages.
    ◦ Table borders are not always visible, depending upon the magnification selected by the user. Borders are present in printed versions of the PDF.
    ◦ Cross-protocol links are functional only when the PDF files for all the cross-referenced protocols are in the same folder.

    Friday, October 2, 2015 10:22 PM