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MatchUser

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

This function enables the type provider to determine whether two different user strings are semantically equivalent.


DWORD MatchUser(
  DWORD dwType,
  PWSTR wszSrc,
  PWSTR wszDest,
  DWORD dwFlag,
  PBOOL pbMatch
);

dwType

[in] Type for which the entry point is called.

wszSrc

[in] Target name of the souce.

wszDest

[in] Target name of the destination.

dwFlag

[in] Reserved, set to zero.

pbMatch

[out] Result of the match operation, and is either TRUE or FALSE.

ERROR_SUCCESS is returned upon success. For a list of error codes, see Credential Manager Error Codes.

If the credential type provider does not implement MatchUser, then a case insensitive comparison is done by credential manager to compute the equivalency. Thus, even though domain\user and user@domain may be the same user, MatchUser will return an error if the credential type provider does not implement it.

Headercred_prov.h
Librarycoredll.lib
Windows Embedded CEWindows CE 5.0 and later
Windows MobileWindows Mobile Version 5.0 and later

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