EAP_CONFIG_INPUT_FIELD_TYPE enumeration

The EAP_CONFIG_INPUT_FIELD_TYPE enumeration defines a set of possible input field types available when querying for user credentials.

Syntax


typedef enum _EAP_CONFIG_INPUT_FIELD_TYPE { 
  EapConfigInputUsername,
  EapConfigInputPassword,
  EapConfigInputNetworkUsername,
  EapConfigInputNetworkPassword,
  EapConfigInputPin,
  EapConfigInputPSK,
  EapConfigInputEdit,
  EapConfigSmartCardUsername,
  EapConfigSmartCardError
} EAP_CONFIG_INPUT_FIELD_TYPE;

Constants

EapConfigInputUsername

The input field contains a user's application logon name.

EapConfigInputPassword

The input field contains a user's application logon password.

EapConfigInputNetworkUsername

The input field contains a user's network logon name. This is used as an alternate logon user name for EapConfigInputUsername.

EapConfigInputNetworkPassword

The input field contains a user's network login password. This is used as an alternate logon password for EapConfigInputPassword.

EapConfigInputPin

The input field contains the user's network access PIN.

EapConfigInputPSK

The input field contains the user's Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST) Pre-Shared Key(PSK).

EapConfigInputEdit

The input field contains a generic logon token string.

EapConfigSmartCardUsername

Windows 7 or later: The input field contains the username from a smartcard certificate.

EapConfigSmartCardError

Windows 7 or later: If an authentication using a smartcard did not succeed in the previous attempt of the current session, this input field contains an error message citing the failure reason.

Remarks

The EAP_CONFIG_INPUT_FIELD_TYPE enumeration can be employed to support Single-Sign-On (SSO).

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Header

Eaptypes.h

See also

Common EAPHost API Enumerations
SSO and PLAP

 

 

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