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PrivacySetZonePreferenceW function

Sets the privacy settings for a given URLZONE and PrivacyType.

Syntax


	DWORD WINAPI PrivacySetZonePreferenceW(
  _In_      DWORD dwZone,
  _In_      DWORD dwType,
  _In_       DWORD dwTemplate,
  _In_opt_  LPCWSTR pszPreference
);

Parameters

dwZone [in]

Value of type DWORD that specifies the URLZONEfor which privacy settings are being set.

dwType [in]

Value of type DWORD that specifies the PrivacyType for which privacy settings are being set.

dwTemplate [in]

Value of type DWORD that specifies which of the privacy templates is to be used to set the privacy settings.

pszPreference [in, optional]

If dwTemplate is set to PRIVACY_TEMPLATE_CUSTOM, this parameter is the string representation of the custom preferences. Otherwise, it should be set to NULL. A description of this string representation is included in the Remarks section.

Return value

Returns zero if successful. Otherwise, one of the errors defined in winerr.h is returned.

Remarks

These privacy settings for the Internet zone are found on the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box.

Setting the privacy options for the URLZONE_INTERNET involves setting the privacy templates for both PrivacyTypes. The slider on the Privacy Menu in Internet Options only moves if privacy is set for both PrivacyTypes.

Custom privacy preferences for a given URLZONE and PrivacyType can be set through the pszPreference parameter. The pszPreference parameter can contain a series of rules separated by white space describing the privacy preferences. It is important to note that the rules themselves cannot contain white space. The pszPreference has the following structure where there can be multiple logical rules: <signature> <logical-rule> <special-rule>.

Currently, the signature must be set to IE6-P3PSettings/V1:.

Logical rules have the following format: /<expression>=<decision>/.

An expression is a Boolean statement composed of compact policy tokens using the operators & (logical AND) and ! (logical NOT). The compact policy token is case-sensitive. (For more information on Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) privacy policies and compact policy tokens, see the W3C: Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project specification.) The decision is a single lowercase character that defines the action to take on the cookie whose compact policy contains the specified token(s). The following table lists valid decision characters.

CharacterDefinition
aAccept the cookie.
pPrompt user to accept or deny the cookie.
rReject the cookie.
lLeash the cookie (only send it in a first-party context).
dDowngrade the cookie, if it is a persistent cookie, to a session cookie.

 

Logical rules are evaluated in the order they are listed. The first logical-rule to be matched, if any, determines the cookie action.

An empty expression is also allowed. If an expression is empty, the left side evaluates to true. This form of a logical-rule can be used at the end of a set of rules to catch all situations that did not fall into the other categories.

The following examples show valid logical rules.

/DEM=d/
    Deny a cookie whose compact policy contains the DEM token
/CON&!TEL=a/	
    Accept a cookie whose compact policy contains the CON token 
    and does not contain the TEL token
/=a/		
    Accept all cookies

Special rules are specified using the nopolicy, session, and always symbols. The nopolicy symbol is used to specify the action to taken when there is no compact policy. For example nopolicy=d specifies to downgrade all cookies without a compact policy to session cookies. The session symbol is used to specify the action to take on session cookies and can only be set to a. When session=a is specified, all session cookies are accepted regardless of the content of the compact policy. If this rule is not specified, session cookies are subject to the same rules as persistent cookies. Finally, the always symbol is used to specify to perform the same action for everything. For example, always=d specifies to deny all cookies regardless of the existence of a compact policy. Note that always=d is equivalent to /=d/.

The following example shows a privacy preferences string that specifies to accept cookies for which the compact policy contains a FIN/CONi token pair, reject cookies with compact policies containing FIN/CON, FIN/CONo, FIN/CONa and GOV/PUB token pairs or a TEL token, and to prompt the user when a cookie's compact policy contains the UNR token. It also specifies to downgrade cookies without a compact policy to session cookies and to accept all cookies that do not match one of the given rules. Note that the first rule that evaluates to true determines the cookie action.

IE6-P3PSettings/V1: /FIN&CONi=a/ /FIN&CONo=r/ /FIN&CONa=r/ /FIN&CON=r/ 
/GOV&PUB=r/ /TEL=r/ /UNR=p/ nopolicy=d /=a/

Like all other aspects of the WinINet API, this function cannot be safely called from within DllMain or the constructors and destructors of global objects.

Note  WinINet does not support server implementations. In addition, it should not be used from a service. For server implementations or services use Microsoft Windows HTTP Services (WinHTTP).

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server

Header

Wininet.h

Library

Wininet.lib

DLL

Wininet.dll

Unicode and ANSI names

PrivacySetZonePreferenceW (Unicode)

See also

InternetEnumPerSiteCookieDecision
InternetClearAllPerSiteCookieDecisions
InternetGetPerSiteCookieDecision
InternetSetPerSiteCookieDecision
PrivacyGetZonePreferenceW

 

 

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