NetServerTransportAddEx function (lmserver.h)
The NetServerTransportAddEx function binds the specified server to the transport protocol. This extended function allows the calling application to specify the SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_0, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_1, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2, or SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 information levels.
NET_API_STATUS NET_API_FUNCTION NetServerTransportAddEx( LMSTR servername, DWORD level, LPBYTE bufptr );
A pointer to a string that specifies the name of the remote server on which the function is to execute. If this parameter is NULL, the local computer is used.
Specifies a value that indicates the information level of the data. This parameter can be one of the following values.
||Specifies information about the transport protocol, including name, address, and location on the network. The bufptr parameter points to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_0 structure.|
||Specifies information about the transport protocol, including name, address, network location, and domain. The bufptr parameter points to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_1 structure.|
||Specifies the same information as level 1, with the addition of an svti2_flags member. The bufptr parameter points to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2 structure.|
||Specifies the same information as level 2, with the addition of credential information. The bufptr parameter points to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure.|
A pointer to the buffer that contains the data. The format of this data depends on the value of the level parameter.
For more information, see Network Management Function Buffers.
If the function succeeds, the return value is NERR_Success.
If the function fails, the return value can be one of the following error codes.
||The user does not have access to the requested information.|
||A duplicate name exists on the network.|
||The domain name could not be found on the network.|
||The value specified for the level parameter is invalid.|
A parameter is invalid.
This error is returned if the transport name or transport address member in the SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_0, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_1, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2, or SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure pointed to by the bufptr parameter is NULL. This error is also returned if the transport address length member in the SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_0, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_1, SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2, or SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure pointed to by the bufptr parameter is zero or larger than MAX_PATH (defined in the Windef.h header file). This error is also returned if the flags member of the SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2, or SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure pointed to by the bufptr parameter contains an illegal value.
This error is also returned for other invalid parameters.
||Insufficient memory is available.|
Only members of the Administrators or Server Operators local group can successfully execute the NetServerTransportAddEx function.
If you add a transport protocol to a server using a call to the NetServerTransportAddEx function, the connection will not remain after the server reboots or restarts.
The NetServerComputerNameAdd function is a utility function. It combines the features of the NetServerTransportEnum function and the NetServerTransportAddEx function, allowing you to specify an emulated server name.
On Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 (SP1), every name registered with the Windows remote file server (SRV) is designated as either a scoped name or a non-scoped name. Every share that is added to the system will then either be attached to all of the non-scoped names, or to a single scoped name. Applications that wish to use the scoping features are responsible for both registering the new name as a scoped endpoint and then creating the shares with an appropriate scope. In this way, legacy uses of the Network Management and Network Share Management functions are not affected in any way since they continue to register shares and names as non-scoped names.
A scoped endpoint is created by calling the NetServerTransportAddEx function with the level parameter set to 2 and the bufptr parameter pointed to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2 structure with the SVTI2_SCOPED_NAME bit value set in svti2_flags member. A scoped endpoint is also created by calling the NetServerTransportAddEx function with the level parameter set to 3 and the bufptr parameter pointed to a SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure with the SVTI2_SCOPED_NAME bit value set in svti3_flags member.
When the SVTI2_SCOPED_NAME bit value is set for a transport, then shares can be added with a corresponding server name (the shi503_servername member of the SHARE_INFO_503 structure) in a scoped fashion using the NetShareAdd function. If there is no transport registered with the SVTI2_SCOPED_NAME bit value and the name provided in shi503_servername member, then the share add in a scoped fashion will not succeed.
The NetShareAdd function is used to add a scoped share on a remote server specified in the servername parameter. The remote server specified in the shi503_servername member of the SHARE_INFO_503 passed in the bufptr parameter must have been bound to a transport protocol using the NetServerTransportAddEx function as a scoped endpoint. The SVTI2_SCOPED_NAME flag must have been specified in the shi503_servername member of the SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_2 or SERVER_TRANSPORT_INFO_3 structure for the transport protocol. The NetShareDelEx function is used to delete a scoped share. The NetShareGetInfo and NetShareSetInfo functions are to used to get and set information on a scoped share.
Scoped endpoints are generally used by the cluster namespace.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|
|Header||lmserver.h (include Lm.h)|