Specifies the text that appears centered in the control while the control is connecting.
This property is read/write.
HRESULT put_ConnectingText( [in] BSTR newVal ); HRESULT get_ConnectingText( [out] BSTR *pConnectingText );
The new display text.
Return S_OK if successful.
Return a nonzero HRESULT if an error occurs.
An example of connection text is "Connecting to server ...".
Setting the ConnectingText property is optional. If it is not set, the control appears blank before a connection is established.
This property can be set only if the control is not in the connected state. It returns E_FAIL if it is called when the control is connected. You can check if the control is connected by responding to connection events in IMsTscAxEvents or examining the Connected property.
The get_ConnectingText property method allocates the memory required for the buffer pointed to by the pConnectingText parameter. Calling C/C++ applications must free the memory with a call to the SysFreeString function. This is not required for Visual Basic and scripting clients.
For more information about Remote Desktop Web Connection, see Requirements for Remote Desktop Web Connection.
Minimum supported client
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2003|
IID_IMsTscAx is defined as 8C11EFAE-92C3-11D1-BC1E-00C04FA31489