The IWMSInternalAdminNetSource interface manages cached passwords and finds proxy servers.
To obtain a pointer to an instance of this interface, call the QueryInterface method of the IDispatch interface retrieved by INSNetSourceCreator::GetNetSourceAdminInterface.
The IWMSInternalAdminNetSource interface has these methods.
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::DeleteCredentials||The DeleteCredentials method removes a password from the cache.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::FindProxyForURL||The FindProxyForURL method finds a proxy server name and port to use for the client.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::GetCredentialFlags||The GetCredentialFlags method can be used in conjunction with IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::SetCredentialFlags to determine whether the user wants passwords saved as a default behavior. This method retrieves any flags previously set.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::GetCredentials||The GetCredentials method retrieves a cached password.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::RegisterProxyFailure||Registers a proxy failure.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::SetCredentialFlags||The SetCredentialFlags method is used to set the user preference for automatic password caching.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::SetCredentials||The SetCredentials method adds a password to the cache.|
|IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::ShutdownProxyContext||The ShutdownProxyContext method releases the internal resources used by IWMSInternalAdminNetSource::FindProxyForURL. To avoid memory leaks, you must call this method after you are finished making calls to FindProxyForURL.|
Most of the methods of the IWMSInternalAdminNetSource interface have been updated in IWMSInternalAdminNetSource2 and IWMSInternalAdminNetSource3. If you are developing an application using a version of the Windows Media Format SDK that supports the later interfaces, you should use them.