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SESSION_INFO_502 structure

Contains information about the session, including name of the computer; name of the user; open files, pipes, and devices on the computer; and the name of the transport the client is using.

Syntax


typedef struct _SESSION_INFO_502 {
  LPWSTR sesi502_cname;
  LPWSTR sesi502_username;
  DWORD  sesi502_num_opens;
  DWORD  sesi502_time;
  DWORD  sesi502_idle_time;
  DWORD  sesi502_user_flags;
  LPWSTR sesi502_cltype_name;
  LPWSTR sesi502_transport;
} SESSION_INFO_502, *PSESSION_INFO_502, *LPSESSION_INFO_502;

Members

sesi502_cname

Pointer to a Unicode string specifying the name of the computer that established the session. This string cannot contain a backslash (\).

sesi502_username

Pointer to a Unicode string specifying the name of the user who established the session.

sesi502_num_opens

Specifies the number of files, devices, and pipes opened during the session.

sesi502_time

Specifies the number of seconds the session has been active.

sesi502_idle_time

Specifies the number of seconds the session has been idle.

sesi502_user_flags

Specifies a value that describes how the user established the session. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
SESS_GUEST

The user specified by the sesi502_username member established the session using a guest account.

SESS_NOENCRYPTION

The user specified by the sesi502_username member established the session without using password encryption.

 

sesi502_cltype_name

Pointer to a Unicode string that specifies the type of client that established the session. Following are the defined types for LAN Manager servers.

ValueMeaning
DOS LM 1.0

LAN Manager for MS-DOS 1.0 clients.

DOS LM 2.0

LAN Manager for MS-DOS 2.0 clients.

OS/2 LM 1.0

LAN Manager for MS-OS/2 1.0 clients.

OS/2 LM 2.0

LAN Manager for MS-OS/2 2.0 clients.

 

Sessions from LAN Manager servers running UNIX also will appear as LAN Manager 2.0.

sesi502_transport

Specifies the name of the transport that the client is using to communicate with the server.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]

Header

Lmshare.h (include Lm.h)

See also

Network Management Overview
Network Management Structures
Session Functions
NetSessionEnum

 

 

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