NAP Datatypes

The datatypes for the Network Access Protection (NAP) API are as follows.

typedef FILETIME ProbationTime;
typedef UINT32 ProtocolMaxSize;
typedef UINT32 NapComponentId;
typedef NapComponentId SystemHealthEntityId;
typedef NapComponentId EnforcementEntityId;
typedef UINT16 SystemHealthEntityCount;
typedef UINT16 EnforcementEntityCount;
typedef CountedString StringCorrelationId;
typedef GUID ConnectionId;
typedef UINT8 Percentage;
typedef UINT32 MessageId;

ProbationTime

A FILETIME structure that contains a time related to a client machine's probation.

ProtocolMaxSize

A value that specifies the range of possible values for the maximum size, in bytes, of an SoH packet as defined by range(minProtocolMaxSize, maxProtocolMaxSize).

NapComponentId

A unique 4-byte identifier used by SHAs, SHVs and enforcement clients to identify themselves. The first three bytes are the IETF-assigned SMI code of the vendor, and the last byte identifies the component itself.

SystemHealthEntityId

A NapComponentId value used to identify SHA/SHV pairs.

EnforcementEntityId

A NapComponentId value used to identify enforcement clients.

SystemHealthEntityCount

A value that specifies the number of registered SHAs in the NAP system in the range 0 (zero) to maxSystemHealthEntityCount.

EnforcementEntityCount

A value that specifies the number of enforcement clients in the NAP system in the range 0 (zero) to maxEnforcerCount.

StringCorrelationId

The CountedString version of a CorrelationId structure used to pair SoHRequests to SoHResponses.

ConnectionId

A unique Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) used to identify a NAP connections maintained by enforcement clients.

Percentage

A value that contains the percentage between 0 (zero) and 100 of remediation that is complete

MessageId

A unique value used to identify NAP system messages.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Header

NapTypes.h;
NapEnforcementClient.h

 

 

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