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Credential Manager Registry Settings

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

The registry stores information necessary to configure the system for applications and hardware devices. The registry also contains information that the operating system continually references during operation.

Use these registry settings if you want to register a credential type with a credential type provider.

The HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\CredMan\Types\Primitive\ID registry key specifies the credential type registry settings for a primitive credential type.

The following table shows the named values for a primitive credential type.

Value : type Description

Dll : REG_SZ

Path to the credential type provider DLL.

Flags : DWORD

Bit mask representing type characteristics. This can be a combination of the following values:

  • CRED_TYPE_FLAG_UNIQUE_USER - No duplicated users are allowed within each type, this flag applies to NTLM and Kerberos credential type providers.
  • CRED_TYPE_FLAG_TRUSTED - All credentials of this type are trusted.
  • CRED_TYPE_FLAG_NO_BLOB_HANDLING - Type provider does not manipulate credential blobs. Credential manager will not call HandleBlob entry point. This flag applies to the default credential type provider.
  • CRED_TYPE_FLAG_NO_USER_MATCHING - Type provider does not support user matching. Credential manager will not call MatchUser entry point. This flag applies to the default credential type provider.
  • CRED_TYPE_FLAG_NO_TARGET_MATCHING - Type provider does not support target matching. Credential manager will not MatchTarget entry point. This flag applies to the default credential type provider.

The HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\CredMan\Types\Virtual\ID registry key specifies the credential type registry settings for a primitive credential type.

The following table shows the named value for a virtual credential type.

Value : type Description

Ids : REG_SZ

Comma separated list of primitive IDs.

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