There are two different types of failure reasons you can use with Logon. The first is the type of failure reason you want to use. The second is the sub status you want to use. Both of these types of failure reason are covered in this article.
An error code of 0xc000018d is a failure reason. It’s the most common failure reason found in computers, but it is not all that common. The majority of other failure reasons are 0xFFFFFFFF.
An error code of 0x0 is a sub status. If you use this failure reason, your logon fails. Its a bit of a confusing designation. Its a failure reason that just means that your logon failed. So if your logon fails, you get a 0xc000018d error code. The 0x0 sub status also means that your logon failed. Because you failed the logon, you get a 0x0 sub status.
Its a fairly common failure reason and the reason for the 0x0 sub status. But the 0xc000018d error code, which is a sub status, means that your logon failed. That error code, unlike the 0x0 sub status, indicates that your logon failed. 0x0 sub status codes, like the 0x000001B0 sub status code, indicate that your logon succeeded.
So once again, failure reasons are often sub codes that indicate failed logons. And when your logon fails, you get a sub status code which is a “failed logon.” And that sub status code, like 0x000001B0, is a sub status code which indicates that your logon failed.
So the 0xc000018d sub status code indicates that the logon failed. The sub status 0x0 code indicates that your logon succeeded. So failure reasons are sub codes. And when you get a sub status code, chances are that you log on to a website that requires that sub status code to actually be set.
Failure reasons are also known as sub codes. So failure reasons are sub codes, but failure reasons are also sub codes. So failure reasons are sub codes, but they’re also sub status codes, which means their values are set by the website that sets them. So failure reasons are sub codes, but they’re also sub status codes. So it is important to know what to set, and what to leave alone.
Failure reasons are often set to 0x0 to indicate that the error is an indication that something has gone wrong, but that is not always the case. Failure reasons can also be set to 0x1 to indicate that the website that set the failure reason did not set the failure reason itself.
Failure reasons are used in many ways on the web, including on websites like Facebook. The Facebook site itself seems to have some sort of error handling system, and it can be tricky to figure out what set the failure reason. I have seen some websites that have a setting for the failure reason to 0x0, and some that seem to set it to 0x1.