EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_ACTION enumeration

Defines the set of response instructions sent by the authenticator to the supplicant or EAP peer method.

Syntax


typedef enum  { 
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_DISCARD          = 0,
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_SEND             = 1,
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_RESULT           = 2,
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_RESPOND          = 3,
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_AUTHENTICATE     = 4,
  EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_HANDLE_IDENTITY  = 5
} EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_ACTION;

Constants

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_DISCARD

The supplicant should discard the response as it is not usable by EAPHost.

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_SEND

The supplicant should send the indicated packet to the authenticator.

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_RESULT

The supplicant should act on EAP attributes returned by the authenticator.

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_RESPOND

The supplicant should generate a context-specific response to the authenticator request.

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_AUTHENTICATE

The authenticator method has started authentication of the supplicant.

EAP_METHOD_AUTHENTICATOR_RESPONSE_HANDLE_IDENTITY

The peer method should return the handle for the user identity of the supplicant.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Header

EapAuthenticatorActionDefine.h

See also

EAP Host Authenticator Method Enumerations

 

 

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