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SECURITY_LOGON_TYPE enumeration

The SECURITY_LOGON_TYPE enumeration indicates the type of logon requested by a logon process.

Syntax


typedef enum _SECURITY_LOGON_TYPE { 
  Interactive              = 2,
  Network,
  Batch,
  Service,
  Proxy,
  Unlock,
  NetworkCleartext,
  NewCredentials,
  RemoteInteractive,
  CachedInteractive,
  CachedRemoteInteractive,
  CachedUnlock
} SECURITY_LOGON_TYPE, *PSECURITY_LOGON_TYPE;

Constants

Interactive

The security principal is logging on interactively.

Network

The security principal is logging using a network.

Batch

The logon is for a batch process.

Service

The logon is for a service account.

Proxy

Not supported.

Unlock

The logon is an attempt to unlock a workstation.

NetworkCleartext

The logon is a network logon with plaintext credentials.

NewCredentials

Allows the caller to clone its current token and specify new credentials for outbound connections. The new logon session has the same local identity but uses different credentials for other network connections.

RemoteInteractive

A terminal server session that is both remote and interactive.

CachedInteractive

Attempt to use the cached credentials without going out across the network.

CachedRemoteInteractive

Same as RemoteInteractive, except used internally for auditing purposes.

CachedUnlock

The logon is an attempt to unlock a workstation.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]

Header

Ntsecapi.h

 

 

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