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USER_INFO_1020 structure

The USER_INFO_1020 structure contains the times during which a user can log on to the network. This information level is valid only when you call the NetUserSetInfo function.

Syntax


typedef struct _USER_INFO_1020 {
  DWORD  usri1020_units_per_week;
  LPBYTE usri1020_logon_hours;
} USER_INFO_1020, *PUSER_INFO_1020, *LPUSER_INFO_1020;

Members

usri1020_units_per_week

Specifies a DWORD value that indicates the number of equal-length time units into which the week is divided. This value is required to compute the length of the bit string in the usri1020_logon_hours member.

This value must be UNITS_PER_WEEK for LAN Manager 2.0. Calls to the NetUserAdd and NetUserSetInfo functions ignore this member.

For service applications, the units must be one of the following values: SAM_DAYS_PER_WEEK, SAM_HOURS_PER_WEEK, or SAM_MINUTES_PER_WEEK.

usri1020_logon_hours

Pointer to a 21-byte (168 bits) bit string that specifies the times during which the user can log on. The user is specified in the username parameter to the NetUserSetInfo function.

Each bit in the string represents a unique hour in the week, in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The first bit (bit 0, word 0) is Sunday, 0:00 to 0:59; the second bit (bit 1, word 0) is Sunday, 1:00 to 1:59; and so on. Note that bit 0 in word 0 represents Sunday from 0:00 to 0:59 only if you are in the GMT time zone. In all other cases you must adjust the bits according to your time zone offset (for example, GMT minus 8 hours for Pacific Standard Time).

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Lmaccess.h (include Lm.h)

See also

Network Management Overview
Network Management Structures
User Functions
NetUserSetInfo

 

 

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