SERVER_INFO_101 structure

The SERVER_INFO_101 structure contains information about the specified server, including name, platform, type of server, and associated software.

Syntax

typedef struct _SERVER_INFO_101 {
  DWORD sv101_platform_id;
  LMSTR sv101_name;
  DWORD sv101_version_major;
  DWORD sv101_version_minor;
  DWORD sv101_type;
  LMSTR sv101_comment;
} SERVER_INFO_101, *PSERVER_INFO_101, *LPSERVER_INFO_101;

Members

sv101_platform_id

Type: DWORD

The information level to use for platform-specific information.

Possible values for this member are listed in the Lmcons.h header file.

Value Meaning
PLATFORM_ID_DOS
300
The MS-DOS platform.
PLATFORM_ID_OS2
400
The OS/2 platform.
PLATFORM_ID_NT
500
The Windows NT platform.
PLATFORM_ID_OSF
600
The OSF platform.
PLATFORM_ID_VMS
700
The VMS platform.

sv101_name

Type: LPWSTR

A pointer to a Unicode string specifying the name of a server.

sv101_version_major

Type: DWORD

The major version number and the server type.

The major release version number of the operating system is specified in the least significant 4 bits. The server type is specified in the most significant 4 bits. The MAJOR_VERSION_MASK bitmask defined in the Lmserver.h header should be used by an application to obtain the major version number from this member.

sv101_version_minor

Type: DWORD

The minor release version number of the operating system.

sv101_type

Type: DWORD

The type of software the computer is running.

Possible values for this member are listed in the Lmserver.h header file. This member can be a combination of some of the following values.

Value Meaning
SV_TYPE_WORKSTATION
0x00000001
A workstation.
SV_TYPE_SERVER
0x00000002
A server.
SV_TYPE_SQLSERVER
0x00000004
A server running with Microsoft SQL Server.
SV_TYPE_DOMAIN_CTRL
0x00000008
A primary domain controller.
SV_TYPE_DOMAIN_BAKCTRL
0x00000010
A backup domain controller.
SV_TYPE_TIME_SOURCE
0x00000020
A server running the Timesource service.
SV_TYPE_AFP
0x00000040
A server running the Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) file service.
SV_TYPE_NOVELL
0x00000080
A Novell server.
SV_TYPE_DOMAIN_MEMBER
0x00000100
A LAN Manager 2.x domain member.
SV_TYPE_PRINTQ_SERVER
0x00000200
A server that shares a print queue.
SV_TYPE_DIALIN_SERVER
0x00000400
A server that runs a dial-in service.
SV_TYPE_XENIX_SERVER
0x00000800
A Xenix or Unix server.
SV_TYPE_NT
0x00001000
A workstation or server.
SV_TYPE_WFW
0x00002000
A computer that runs Windows for Workgroups.
SV_TYPE_SERVER_MFPN
0x00004000
A server that runs the Microsoft File and Print for NetWare service.
SV_TYPE_SERVER_NT
0x00008000
Any server that is not a domain controller.
SV_TYPE_POTENTIAL_BROWSER
0x00010000
A computer that can run the browser service.
SV_TYPE_BACKUP_BROWSER
0x00020000
A server running a browser service as backup.
SV_TYPE_MASTER_BROWSER
0x00040000
A server running the master browser service.
SV_TYPE_DOMAIN_MASTER
0x00080000
A server running the domain master browser.
SV_TYPE_SERVER_OSF
0x00100000
A computer that runs OSF.
SV_TYPE_SERVER_VMS
0x00200000
A computer that runs VMS.
SV_TYPE_WINDOWS
0x00400000
A computer that runs Windows.
SV_TYPE_DFS
0x00800000
A server that is the root of a DFS tree.
SV_TYPE_CLUSTER_NT
0x01000000
A server cluster available in the domain.
SV_TYPE_TERMINALSERVER
0x02000000
A server that runs the Terminal Server service.
SV_TYPE_CLUSTER_VS_NT
0x04000000
Cluster virtual servers available in the domain.

Windows 2000:  This value is not supported.

SV_TYPE_DCE
0x10000000
A server that runs the DCE Directory and Security Services or equivalent.
SV_TYPE_ALTERNATE_XPORT
0x20000000
A server that is returned by an alternate transport.
SV_TYPE_LOCAL_LIST_ONLY
0x40000000
A server that is maintained by the browser.
SV_TYPE_DOMAIN_ENUM
0x80000000
A primary domain.
 

The SV_TYPE_ALL constant is defined to 0xFFFFFFFF in the Lmserver.h header file. This constant can be used to check for all server types when used with the NetServerEnumfunction.

sv101_comment

Type: LPWSTR

A pointer to a Unicode string specifying a comment describing the server. The comment can be null.

Remarks

To retrieve a value that indicates whether a share is the root volume in a Dfs tree structure, you must call the NetShareGetInfo function and specify information level 1005.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]
Header lmserver.h (include Lm.h)

See Also

NetServerEnum

NetServerGetInfo

NetServerSetInfo

NetShareGetInfo

Network Management Overview

Network Management Structures

Server Functions