PlayReadyContentResolver PlayReadyContentResolver PlayReadyContentResolver PlayReadyContentResolver PlayReadyContentResolver Class


Receives multiple service request objects that are necessary to enable the playback ability for a given content header.

public : static class PlayReadyContentResolver
static struct winrt::Windows::Media::Protection::PlayReady::PlayReadyContentResolver
public static class PlayReadyContentResolver
Public Static Class PlayReadyContentResolver
// This class does not provide a public constructor.
Windows 10 requirements
Device family
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10240.0)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v1)


There are multiple operations that may need to be performed before playback can occur for a given content header. For example, individualization, domain join, and license acquisition may all be required (and multiple attempts of each could occur). If licenses are already present, the content resolver will try to enable the first license that is found rather than making a deterministic choice or allowing the app to choose.


ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader) ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader) ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader) ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader) ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader)

Proactively initiates the service request chain for a given content header.

public : static IPlayReadyServiceRequest ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader contentHeader)
IPlayReadyServiceRequest ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader contentHeader) const;
public static IPlayReadyServiceRequest ServiceRequest(PlayReadyContentHeader contentHeader)
Public Static Function ServiceRequest(contentHeader As PlayReadyContentHeader) As IPlayReadyServiceRequest
var iPlayReadyServiceRequest = Windows.Media.Protection.PlayReady.PlayReadyContentResolver.serviceRequest(contentHeader);
PlayReadyContentHeader PlayReadyContentHeader PlayReadyContentHeader

Content header for the content the app wants to resolve all necessary service request operations.


The first service request operation required to resolve the content.


NULL is a valid successful response if the content header is already viable for playback.