DOT11_POWER_MODE_REASON Enumeration

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The DOT11_POWER_MODE_REASON lists the different reasons for changes to auto power save mode state.

Syntax

typedef enum _DOT11_POWER_MODE_REASON {
  dot11_power_mode_reason_no_change             = 0,
  dot11_power_mode_reason_noncompliant_AP       = 1,
  dot11_power_mode_reason_legacy_WFD_device     = 2,
  dot11_power_mode_reason_compliant_AP          = 3,
  dot11_power_mode_reason_compliant_WFD_device  = 4,
  dot11_power_mode_reason_others                = 5
} DOT11_POWER_MODE_REASON;

Constants

dot11_power_mode_reason_no_change Device is initially in this state and has not changed since.
dot11_power_mode_reason_noncompliant_AP AP is not compliant. As to be in CAM.
dot11_power_mode_reason_legacy_WFD_device WFD device is legacy.
dot11_power_mode_reason_compliant_AP AP is compliant.
dot11_power_mode_reason_compliant_WFD_device All connected WFD device can do PSM.
dot11_power_mode_reason_others Other reason.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Supported starting with Windows 8.
Header windot11.h