An object instantiated by the background broker infrastructure for a ControlChannelReset event to indicate that a ControlChannelTrigger was reset.
The IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails interface has these types of members:
The IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails interface has these properties.
|Read-only||A value that indicates if a hardware slot was affected by a ControlChannelTrigger reset event.|
|Read-only||A value that indicates the reason why a ControlChannelTrigger was reset.|
|Read-only||A value that indicates if a software slot was affected by a ControlChannelTrigger reset event.|
The IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails object is instantiated by the background broker infrastructure for a SystemTriggerType set to the ControlChannelReset event.
An app must register with the system event broker for a background task to receive a ControlChannelReset event. In the Run method of the IBackgroundTask, the taskInstance parameter contains a IBackgroundTaskInstance that can be cast to the IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails interface. The app can then use the IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails object to determine the reason the ControlChannelTrigger was reset. The app can also use the IControlChannelTriggerResetEventDetails object to determine if a hardware slot or a software slot is affected by the ControlChannelReset event.
Note An app must be placed on the lock screen before it can successfully register a background task using the SystemTriggerType set to the ControlChannelReset event.
Minimum supported client
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2012|
Build date: 11/16/2013