The LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains function retrieves the names and SIDs of domains trusted to authenticate logon credentials. LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains is intended for use on systems running Windows NT 4.0 or earlier versions of Windows NT. Use DsEnumerateDomainTrusts for any other trust enumeration purpose. Specifically, LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains can only be used if one or more of the following is true:
- The calling system is running Windows NT 4.0 or an earlier version of Windows NT.
- The target system (specified using the PolicyHandle parameter), is a domain controller running Windows NT 4.0 or an earlier version.
- The calling system is running Windows NT 4.0 or earlier version and is not a domain controller, and the target system is a domain controller in the calling system's domain. The target system can be running any version of Windows NT, including Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
NTSTATUS LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains( LSA_HANDLE PolicyHandle, PLSA_ENUMERATION_HANDLE EnumerationContext, PVOID *Buffer, ULONG PreferedMaximumLength, PULONG CountReturned );
Pointer to an enumeration handle that enables you to make multiple calls to enumerate all the trusted domains. On the first call to LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains, EnumerationContext must point to a variable that has been initialized to zero. On subsequent calls to LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains, EnumerationContext must point to the enumeration handle returned by the previous call.
Receives a pointer to an array of LSA_TRUST_INFORMATION structures that contain the names and SIDs of one or more trusted domains.
When you no longer need the information, pass the returned pointer to LsaFreeMemory.
Specifies the preferred maximum size, in bytes, of the returned buffer. This information is approximate; the actual number of bytes returned may be greater than this value.
Pointer to a variable that receives the number of elements returned in the Buffer parameter.
If the function is successful, the return value is one of the following NTSTATUS values.
||The enumeration has been successfully completed.|
||The call was successful, but there are more trusted domains to be enumerated. Call LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains again, passing the value returned in the EnumerationContext parameter.|
||There are no more trusted domains to enumerate.|
If the function fails, the return value is an NTSTATUS code. For more information, see LSA Policy Function Return Values.
You can use the LsaNtStatusToWinError function to convert the NTSTATUS code to a Windows error code.
For domains with domain controllers running only Windows NT 4.0 or earlier versions of Windows NT, LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains returns a list of all trusted domains. In releases of Windows NT up to and including release 4.0, all trusted domains are directly trusted.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000 mixed-mode domains, domain controllers may be running Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows NT. Therefore, in mixed-mode domains, some trusted domains are directly trusted and others are indirectly trusted. When enumerating the trusted domains of a system in a mixed-mode domain, LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains returns only directly trusted domains.
In contrast, Windows XP and Windows 2000 native-mode domains contain only Windows 2000 domain controllers, even though there may be members in the domain running Windows NT 4.0 or earlier versions. When enumerating the trusted domains of a system in a native-mode Windows XP and Windows 2000 domain, LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains returns both directly trusted and indirectly trusted domains.
Retrieving all trust information may require more than a single LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains call. You can use the EnumerationContext parameter to make multiple calls, as follows: On the first call, set the variable pointed to by EnumerationContext to zero. If LsaEnumerateTrustedDomains returns STATUS_SUCCESS or STATUS_MORE_ENTRIES, call the function again, passing in the EnumerationContext value returned by the previous call. The enumeration is complete when the function returns STATUS_NO_MORE_ENTRIES.
|Minimum supported client||Windows XP [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]|