The SpInitialize function is called once by the Local Security Authority (LSA) to provide a security package with general security information and a dispatch table of support functions. The security package should save the information and do internal initialization processing, if any is needed.
NTSTATUS SpInitialize( _In_ ULONG_PTR PackageId, _In_ PSECPKG_PARAMETERS Parameters, _In_ PLSA_SECPKG_FUNCTION_TABLE FunctionTable );
- PackageId [in]
A unique identifier the LSA assigns to each security package. The value is valid until the system is restarted.
- Parameters [in]
A pointer to a SECPKG_PARAMETERS structure containing primary domain and machine state information.
- FunctionTable [in]
Pointer to a table of LSA support functions that a security package can call.
If the function succeeds, return STATUS_SUCCESS, or an informational status code.
If the function fails, return an NTSTATUS error code indicating the reason it failed. For more information, see Remarks.
If SpInitialize returns an NTSTATUS error code to the LSA, the package will be unloaded, and the Local Security Authority (LSA) will not include it in the list of available security packages.
SSP/APs must implement the SpInitialize function; however, the actual name given to the implementation is up to the developer.
Minimum supported client
|Windows XP [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]|
Build date: 1/2/2013