SecurityProtocol SecurityProtocol SecurityProtocol SecurityProtocol Enum

Definition

The SecurityProtocol enumeration is used to specify the security protocol used by a connection.

public enum class SecurityProtocol
public enum SecurityProtocol
type SecurityProtocol = 
Public Enum SecurityProtocol
Inheritance
SecurityProtocolSecurityProtocolSecurityProtocolSecurityProtocol

Fields

Pct1Client Pct1Client Pct1Client Pct1Client 2

Indicates that the client is using the PCT1 protocol. The value is equal to 2.

Pct1Server Pct1Server Pct1Server Pct1Server 1

Indicates that the server is using the PCT1 protocol. The value is equal to 1.

Ssl2Client Ssl2Client Ssl2Client Ssl2Client 8

Indicates that the client is using the SSL2 protocol. The value is equal to 8.

Ssl2Server Ssl2Server Ssl2Server Ssl2Server 4

Indicates that the server is using the SSL2 protocol. The value is equal to 4.

Ssl3Client Ssl3Client Ssl3Client Ssl3Client 32

Indicates that the client is using the SSL3 protocol. The value is equal to 32.

Ssl3Server Ssl3Server Ssl3Server Ssl3Server 16

Indicates that the server is using the SSL3 protocol. The value is equal to 16.

Tls1Client Tls1Client Tls1Client Tls1Client 128

Indicates that the client is using the TLS1 protocol. The value is equal to 128.

Tls1Server Tls1Server Tls1Server Tls1Server 64

Indicates that the server is using the TLS1 protocol. The value is equal to 64.

Applies to