Update method of the Win32_TSGatewayConnectionAuthorizationPolicy class

Updates the current Remote Desktop connection authorization policy (RD CAP).

Syntax


uint32 Update(
  [in] string  Name,
  [in] string  UserGroupNames,
  [in] string  ComputerGroupNames,
  [in] boolean SmartCard,
  [in] boolean Password,
  [in] boolean SecureId,
  [in] boolean Enabled,
  [in] uint32  DeviceRedirectionType,
  [in] boolean DiskDrivesDisabled,
  [in] boolean PrintersDisabled,
  [in] boolean SerialPortsDisabled,
  [in] boolean ClipboardDisabled,
  [in] boolean PlugAndPlayDevicesDisabled,
  [in] uint32  IdleTimeout,
  [in] uint32  SessionTimeout,
  [in] uint32  SessionTimeoutAction,
  [in] boolean AllowOnlySDRServers,
  [in] boolean CookieAuthentication
);

Parameters

Name [in]

Name of the RD CAP. The name must be 64 characters or less, unique (case is ignored), and cannot contain the following reserved characters:

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UserGroupNames [in]

List of semicolon-separated user group names. The names are of the format Domain\UserGroupName. If the user belongs to any one of these user groups, the user will be permitted access to the RD Gateway server.

ComputerGroupNames [in]

List of semicolon-separated machine group names. This value can be empty. The names are of the format Domain\ComputerGroupName. If a value is specified, the client computer must belong to one of these computer groups for the user to access the RD Gateway server.

SmartCard [in]

Specifies whether smart cards can be used to authenticate with the RD Gateway server.

Password [in]

Specifies whether passwords can be used to authenticate with the RD Gateway server.

SecureId [in]

This parameter is reserved for future use.

Enabled [in]

Specifies whether this RD CAP is enabled.

DeviceRedirectionType [in]

Specifies which device types will be redirected.

0

All devices will be redirected.

1

No devices will be redirected.

2

Specified devices will not be redirected. The DiskDrivesDisabled, PrintersDisabled, SerialPortsDisabled, ClipboardDisabled, and PlugAndPlayDevicesDisabled parameters control which devices will not be redirected.

DiskDrivesDisabled [in]

Specifies whether to disable disk drive redirection if the DeviceRedirectionType parameter is "2".

PrintersDisabled [in]

Specifies whether to disable printer redirection if the DeviceRedirectionType parameter is "2".

SerialPortsDisabled [in]

Specifies whether to disable serial port redirection if the DeviceRedirectionType parameter is "2".

ClipboardDisabled [in]

Specifies whether to disable clipboard redirection if the DeviceRedirectionType parameter is "2".

PlugAndPlayDevicesDisabled [in]

Specifies whether to disable redirection of Plug and Play devices if the DeviceRedirectionType parameter is "2".

IdleTimeout [in]

Idle timeout value in minutes

SessionTimeout [in]

Session timeout value in minutes

SessionTimeoutAction [in]

Session timeout action in minutes

AllowOnlySDRServers [in]

Whether connections allowed only to SDR TS servers

CookieAuthentication [in]

Indicates whether cookie authentication can be used to connect to TS Gateway server

Return value

If the method succeeds, it returns zero. If the method is unsuccessful, it returns a nonzero value. For a list of error codes, see Remote Desktop Services WMI Provider Error Codes.

Remarks

You must be a member of the Administrators group to call this method.

Managed Object Format (MOF) files contain the definitions for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes. MOF files are not installed as part of the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit (SDK). They are installed on the server when you add the associated role by using the Server Manager. For more information about MOF files, see Managed Object Format (MOF).

Requirements

Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008

Namespace

Root\CIMv2\TerminalServices

MOF

TSGateway.mof

DLL

AagWmi.dll

See also

Win32_TSGatewayConnectionAuthorizationPolicy

 

 

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