SERVER_INFO_502 structure

The SERVER_INFO_502 structure is obsolete. The structure contains information about a specified server.

Syntax


typedef struct _SERVER_INFO_502 {
  DWORD sv502_sessopens;
  DWORD sv502_sessvcs;
  DWORD sv502_opensearch;
  DWORD sv502_sizreqbuf;
  DWORD sv502_initworkitems;
  DWORD sv502_maxworkitems;
  DWORD sv502_rawworkitems;
  DWORD sv502_irpstacksize;
  DWORD sv502_maxrawbuflen;
  DWORD sv502_sessusers;
  DWORD sv502_sessconns;
  DWORD sv502_maxpagedmemoryusage;
  DWORD sv502_maxnonpagedmemoryusage;
  BOOL  sv502_enablesoftcompat;
  BOOL  sv502_enableforcedlogoff;
  BOOL  sv502_timesource;
  BOOL  sv502_acceptdownlevelapis;
  BOOL  sv502_lmannounce;
} SERVER_INFO_502, *PSERVER_INFO_502, *LPSERVER_INFO_502;

Members

sv502_sessopens

Type: DWORD

The number of files that can be open in one session.

sv502_sessvcs

Type: DWORD

T he maximum number of virtual circuits permitted per client.

sv502_opensearch

Type: DWORD

The number of search operations that can be carried out simultaneously.

sv502_sizreqbuf

Type: DWORD

The size, in bytes, of each server buffer.

sv502_initworkitems

Type: DWORD

The initial number of receive buffers, or work items, used by the server.

sv502_maxworkitems

Type: DWORD

The maximum number of receive buffers, or work items, the server can allocate. If this limit is reached, the transport must initiate flow control at a significant performance cost.

sv502_rawworkitems

Type: DWORD

The number of special work items the server uses for raw mode I/O. A large value for this member can increase performance, but it requires more memory.

sv502_irpstacksize

Type: DWORD

The number of stack locations that the server allocated in I/O request packets (IRPs).

sv502_maxrawbuflen

Type: DWORD

The maximum raw mode buffer size, in bytes.

sv502_sessusers

Type: DWORD

The maximum number of users that can be logged on to the server using a single virtual circuit.

sv502_sessconns

Type: DWORD

The maximum number of tree connections that can be made on the server using a single virtual circuit.

sv502_maxpagedmemoryusage

Type: DWORD

The maximum size, in bytes, of pageable memory that the server can allocate at any one time.

sv502_maxnonpagedmemoryusage

Type: DWORD

The maximum size, in bytes, of nonpaged memory that the server can allocate at any one time.

sv502_enablesoftcompat

Type: BOOL

A value that indicates whether the server maps a request to a normal open request with shared-read access when the server receives a compatibility open request with read access. Mapping such requests allows several MS-DOS computers to open a single file for read access.

sv502_enableforcedlogoff

Type: BOOL

A value that indicates whether the server should force a client to disconnect, even if the client has open files, once the client's logon time has expired.

sv502_timesource

Type: BOOL

A value that indicates whether the server is a reliable time source.

sv502_acceptdownlevelapis

Type: BOOL

A value that indicates whether the server accepts function calls from previous-generation LAN Manager clients.

sv502_lmannounce

Type: BOOL

A value that indicates whether the server is visible to LAN Manager 2.x clients.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Lmserver.h (include Lm.h)

See also

Network Management Overview
Network Management Structures
Server Functions
NetServerGetInfo
NetServerSetInfo

 

 

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