WTSUSERCONFIG structure

Contains configuration information for a user on a domain controller or Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server. This structure is used by the WTSQueryUserConfig and WTSSetUserConfig functions.

Syntax


typedef struct _WTSUSERCONFIG {
  DWORD Source;
  DWORD InheritInitialProgram;
  DWORD AllowLogonTerminalServer;
  DWORD TimeoutSettingsConnections;
  DWORD TimeoutSettingsDisconnections;
  DWORD TimeoutSettingsIdle;
  DWORD DeviceClientDrives;
  DWORD DeviceClientPrinters;
  DWORD ClientDefaultPrinter;
  DWORD BrokenTimeoutSettings;
  DWORD ReconnectSettings;
  DWORD ShadowingSettings;
  DWORD TerminalServerRemoteHomeDir;
  WCHAR InitialProgram;
  WCHAR WorkDirectory;
  WCHAR TerminalServerProfilePath;
  WCHAR TerminalServerHomeDir;
  WCHAR TerminalServerHomeDirDrive;
} WTSUSERCONFIG, *PWTSUSERCONFIG;

Members

Source

A value of the WTS_CONFIG_SOURCE enumeration type that specifies the source of configuration information returned by the WTSQueryUserConfig function.

InheritInitialProgram

A value that indicates whether the client can specify the initial program. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The client cannot specify the initial program. Instead, the program specified by the InitialProgram member starts automatically when the user logs on to the server. The server logs the user off when the user exits that program.

1

The client can specify the initial program.

 

AllowLogonTerminalServer

A value that indicates whether the user account is permitted to log on to an RD Session Host server. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The user cannot log on.

1

The user can log on.

 

TimeoutSettingsConnections

The maximum connection duration, in milliseconds. One minute before the connection expires, the server notifies the user about the pending disconnection. When the connection times out, the server takes the action specified by the BrokenTimeoutSettings member. Every time the user logs on, the timer is reset. A value of zero indicates that the connection timer is disabled.

TimeoutSettingsDisconnections

The maximum duration, in milliseconds, that the server retains a disconnected session before the logon is terminated. A value of zero indicates that the disconnection timer is disabled.

TimeoutSettingsIdle

The amount of time, in milliseconds, that a connection can remain idle. If there is no keyboard or mouse activity for this period of time, the server takes the action specified by the BrokenTimeoutSettings member. A value of zero indicates that the idle timer is disabled.

DeviceClientDrives

This member is reserved.

DeviceClientPrinters

A value that indicates whether the server automatically connects to previously mapped client printers when the user logs on to the server. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The server does not automatically connect to previously mapped client printers.

1

The server automatically connects to previously mapped client printers.

 

ClientDefaultPrinter

A value that indicates whether the client printer is the default printer. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The client printer is not the default printer.

1

The client printer is the default printer.

 

BrokenTimeoutSettings

The action the server takes when the connection or idle timers expire, or when a connection is lost due to a connection error. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The session is disconnected, but it remains on the server.

1

The session is terminated.

 

ReconnectSettings

A value that indicates how a disconnected session for this user can be reconnected. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The user can log on to any client computer to reconnect to a disconnected session.

1

The user must log on to the client computer originally used to establish the disconnected session. If the user logs on to a different client computer, the user gets a new session.

 

ShadowingSettings

The remote control setting. Remote control allows a user to remotely monitor the on-screen operations of another user. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

Remote control is disabled.

1

The user of remote control has full control of the user's session, with the user's permission.

2

The user of remote control has full control of the user's session; the user's permission is not required.

3

The user of remote control can view the session remotely, with the user's permission; the remote user cannot actively control the session.

4

The user of remote control can view the session remotely but not actively control the session; the user's permission is not required.

 

TerminalServerRemoteHomeDir

A value that indicates whether the TerminalServerHomeDir member contains a path to a local directory or a network share. You cannot set this member by using the WTSSetUserConfig function. This member can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
0

The TerminalServerHomeDir member contains a path to a local directory.

1

The TerminalServerHomeDir member contains a path to a network share, and the TerminalServerHomeDirDrive member contains a drive letter to which this path is mapped.

 

InitialProgram

A null-terminated string that contains the name of the program to start immediately after the user logs on to the server.

WorkDirectory

A null-terminated string that contains the path of the working directory for the initial program.

TerminalServerProfilePath

A null-terminated string that contains the profile path that is assigned to the user when the user connects to the server. The directory specified by the path must be created manually, and must exist prior to the logon.

TerminalServerHomeDir

A null-terminated string that contains the path to the home folder of the user's Remote Desktop Services sessions. The folder can be a local folder or a network share.

TerminalServerHomeDirDrive

A null-terminated string that contains the drive name (a drive letter followed by a colon) to which the path specified in the TerminalServerHomeDir member is mapped. This member is only valid when the TerminalServerRemoteHomeDir member is set to one.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 7

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 R2

Header

Wtsapi32.h

Unicode and ANSI names

WTSUSERCONFIGW (Unicode) and WTSUSERCONFIGA (ANSI)

See also

WTS_CONFIG_SOURCE
WTSQueryUserConfig
WTSSetUserConfig

 

 

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