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Windows XP DLL File Information - ipsecsnp.dll

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General Information

File Description: Internet Protocol Security Policy Management Snap-in for Microsoft Windows 2000  
File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-0852)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 341 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 4
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 4

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 212,992 Bytes 60.9% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00035000 5,632 Bytes 1.6% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00039000 108,032 Bytes 30.9% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x00054000 22,016 Bytes 6.3% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

ipsecsnp.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when ipsecsnp.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, ipsecsnp.dll won't be loaded.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 5 3,820 Bytes 1.1%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 14 33,818 Bytes 9.7%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 48 33,956 Bytes 9.7%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 304 29,726 Bytes 8.5%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
All Others 3 1,040 Bytes 0.3%
Total 374 102,360 Bytes 29.3%

Icons in this file

There are 5 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
107 Select Computer or Domain
109 General
110 Key Exchange Security Methods
112 Security Rule Wizard
113 Security Rule Wizard
115 IKE Security Algorithms
117 Security Rule Wizard
119 Security Rule Wizard
122 Filter Action
123 Filter Action Wizard
125 Filter Action Wizard
126 IP Filter Wizard
129 Filter Action Wizard
133 IP Filter List
134 Filter Wizard
135 Filter Wizard
137 Filter Wizard
141 Filter Action Wizard
142 Security Rule Wizard
143 IP Security Policy Wizard
144 IP Filter Wizard
148 Security Rule Wizard
218 Rules
219 IP Filter List
220 Filter Action
221 Tunnel Setting
222 Authentication Method
223 Connection Type
224 Key Exchange Settings
225 Security Method
226 Warning
228 Custom Security Method Settings
233 Security Methods
235 Manage IP Filter Lists
236 General
237 IP Security Policy Wizard
239 Security Rule Wizard
244 IP Security Policy Wizard
246 Addressing
247 Protocol
248 Description
249 Manage Filter Actions
251 Filter Wizard
252 General
253 Authentication Methods
254 IP Security Policy Wizard

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
1 Create and edit Internet Protocol Security policies
2 IP Security Policy Management
3 Size (from IDS_SIZE)
4 Type (from IDS_TYPE)
5 Local Computer
6 Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) Administration. Manage IPSec policies for secure communication with other computers. Portions of IPSec and related services were jointly developed by Microsoft Corporation and Cisco Systems, Inc.
8 Microsoft Corporation
9 Security Policies
10 Filter Actions
11 Available security policies
12 Available filter actions
13 Filter action links, each containing associations to filter lists
14 Associated Filters
15 IP Filters
16 Available IP Filters
23 SHA1
24 Are you sure?
26 Invalid
27 New IP Filter List
28 New IP Security Policy
29 New Filter Action
30 Specified port must be between 0 and 65535.
31 A valid IP filter list must be selected.
32 A valid filter action must be selected.
33 ESP Integrity
34 None
35 The following error occurred when removing IP Security data. %1
36 Failed to save due to insufficient access rights. You must have administrator privileges. Data may have been lost. (Error = %1!lx!)
37 <None>
38 40 bit DES
39 3DES
40 Low (1)
41 Medium (2)
42 High (3)
44 Tunnel name resolved to multiple IP addresses, using first address returned.
45 Error resolving tunnel endpoint name. No IP address information is being cached.
46 Unable to verify integrity (Error = %lx)
47 Integrity verified
48 Seconds must be in the range 300 - 172,800 (48 hours).
49 Kbytes must be in the range 20,480 - 2,147,483,647.
50 Default Response
51 L2TP Base
52 L2TP Extended
57 Remote access
58 <Data error: Unknown interface type>
59 This rule no longer has a valid filter selected.
60 , with policy storage
61 The IPSec policy storage failed to open. No Domain controller can be found for your domain.
62 The IPSec policy storage failed to open. Could not communicate with the Active Directory.
63 Failed to create IPSec policy storage. You might not have administrative access rights.
64 Failed to open IPSec policy storage due to insufficient access rights. You must be an administrator.
65 Failed to open the IPSec policy storage. The following error occurred: %1
66 Type
67 ESP Confidentiality
69 Name
70 Description
71 Encryption and Integrity
72 Integrity only
73 Custom
74 &Create IP Security Policy...
75 Create an IP Security policy
78 &Import Policies...
79 Imports policy information from a file
80 &Export Policies...
81 Export information of all policies to a file
82 New Security Method
83 Modify Security Method
85 Refresh the policy information from the storage
86 Invalid
87 &Un-assign
88 Un-assign this policy, attempt to make it inactive
89 &Assign
90 Assign this policy, attempt to make it active
91 IP Filter List
92 Filter Action
93 Authentication Methods
94 Tunnel Setting
95 Connection Type
96 <Data Error: No IP Filter associated>
97 <Data Error: Multiple IP Filters Associated>
98 AH Integrity
99 Compression
100 Encryption
101 Integrity
102 The selected IP filter list is currently being used by this rule. Select a different IP filter list before attempting to remove it.
103 The selected filter action is currently being used by this rule. Select a different filter action before attempting to remove it.
104 <Data Error>
105 <Dynamic>
106 None
107 Policy Assigned
109 New Rule
110 Edit Rule
111 Select a certification authority (CA) you wish to use when verifying IPSec certificates
112 There was an error in displaying the trusted root certification authorities.
113 Export
115 Manage IP Filter Lists
116 IP Security Policies on %1
117 Active Directory
118 Feature not implemented.
120 <Data Error: No filter action associated>
121 <Integral>
122 <Dynamic>
123 <Data Error: Unknown type>
124 Kerberos
125 Certificate
126 Preshared Key
127 Dynamic
128 &Restore Default Policies
129 Returns the Secure Server, Server, and Client policies to their initial settings.
131 Default security policies successfully restored to default values.
132 You must select AH, ESP or both
133 Diffie-Hellman Group
134 This filter action requires at least one security method.
135 No ESP encryption or integrity algorithm was selected. The ESP selection has been removed.
136 An IPSec policy has been provided by the domain controller. Domain provided policy overrides policy assigned on the local (or remote) computer.
137 Allowing unsecured communication with non-IPSec-aware computers allows IP traffic to be transmitted with no authentication, or encryption, when the remote computer does not respond to requests to negotiate IP Security. This is only recommended if the other computer is not IP Security-capable, and the data is not sensitive. Are you sure you want to allow unsecured communication with non-IPSec-aware computers?
138 Enable unsecured communication?
139 This is an incomplete IP address. The host portion must be non-zero.
140 This is an invalid IP address. The network portion must be non-zero.
142 Assigned, but the 'IPSEC Services' service is not in a running state
143 Assigned, but Active Directory policy is overriding
144 Create IPSec Security policy
146 Add IPSec Security Rule
148 Enter the name and description of the new IP Security policy
149 There was an error retrieving the distinguished name string from the certificate.
150 Select the certification authority that you require for IPSec authentication when using this security rule.
152 The default ""Anybody"" IP filter could not be found, probably because it was explicitly removed. You can either continue without this filter, or a new one can be generated for you. If you choose to restore the default filter the IPSec Responder, Lockdown, and Secure Intiator policies will also be restored to their initial settings. Do you want to restore the default policies?
153 You must have a filter selected for your policy. Your default ""Any"" rule has been removed so you must select another one.
154 Add a filter action
156 %windir%\help\ipsecsnp.chm
159 &Manage IP filter lists and filter actions...
160 Manage IP filter lists and filter actions
161 Manage IP filter lists and filter actions
162 <This value appears to be invalid>
163 Hos&t name:
164 &IP Address:
165 &Host name:
166 Subnet &mask:
167 Cached IP Address:
168 <None>
170 Other
171 My IP Address
172 Any IP Address
173 A specific DNS Name
174 A specific IP Address
175 A specific IP Subnet
176 Select which computer or domain this snap-in will manage
177 The source address has been adjusted by the specified subnet mask.
178 The destination address has been adjusted by the specified subnet mask.
179 A source DNS name must be entered.
180 A destination DNS name must be entered.
181 The loopback address ( is not a valid source address.
182 The loopback address ( is not a valid destination address.
183 The source DNS name resolved to multiple IP addresses. The first one is being cached.
184 The destination DNS name resolved to multiple IP addresses. The first one is being cached.
185 Error resolving source DNS name. No IP address information is being cached.
186 Error resolving destination DNS name. No IP address information is being cached.
187 IP Security cannot be triggered by port 500 traffic. Port 500 is used the Internet Key Exchange (IKE) traffic.
188 Filter
189 Mirrored
190 Destination DNS Name
191 Destination Address
192 Destination Mask
193 Protocol
194 Source Port
195 Destination Port
196 Source DNS Name
197 Source Address
198 Source Mask
199 Description
200 When this console is saved the location will also be saved
201 A filter action requires at least one security method for negotiation. This filter action has none. Select a different one, or add a security method.
202 The currently selected filter action has been deactivated because at least one security method is required.
203 This IP filter list is empty. It will not match IP packets. Do you want to save this filter list without any filters?
205 Specified protocol must be between 0 and 255
206 A multicast address is not a valid destination, or source address.
207 An IP filter list requires at least one filter to be activated. This IP filter list has no filters.
208 Set the name and description.
209 This is an invalid mask for the specified IP address.
210 The source and destination address can not be the same.
211 &Close
212 The settings you have selected correspond to a %1 security level. Your security method's type will be changed to reflect this state.
213 DNS names are only used to build IP address filters. To ensure security, do not add, delete, or change source or destination IP addresses without updating this filter list and verifying that all IP addresses for a computer are included. Do you want to create a filter for each of the listed addresses?
214 Security Warning
215 This security method duplicates an existing one. Either modify it, or cancel this dialog.
216 IP add&ress:
217 Subnet mas&k:
225 (%1)'s generated filter action
226 Specify how this policy responds to requests for secure communication.
227 To add multiple authentication methods, edit the default response rule after completing the wizard.
228 The security rule must be applied to a network type.
229 To add multiple authentication methods, edit the security rule after completing the IP Security rule wizard.
230 Select the IP filter list for the type of IP traffic to which this security rule applies.
231 Select the filter action for this security rule.
232 Determine if this rule indicates the machine should act as a tunnel server, or a tunnel client.
233 The tunnel endpoint is the tunneling computer closest to the IP traffic destination, as specified by the security rule's IP filter list.
234 Set the filter action behavior.

COM Classes/Interfaces

There is no type library in this file with COM classes/interfaces information


Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
DllCanUnloadNow DllGetClassObject DllRegisterServer DllUnregisterServer


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: