DSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO structure (objsel.h)

The DSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO structure describes one or more scope types that have the same attributes. A scope type is a type of location, for example a domain, computer, or Global Catalog, from which the user can select objects. This structure is used with DSOP_INIT_INFO when calling IDsObjectPicker::Initialize.

Syntax

typedef struct _DSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO {
  ULONG             cbSize;
  ULONG             flType;
  ULONG             flScope;
  DSOP_FILTER_FLAGS FilterFlags;
  PCWSTR            pwzDcName;
  PCWSTR            pwzADsPath;
  HRESULT           hr;
} DSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO, *PDSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO;

Members

cbSize

Contains the size, in bytes, of the structure.

flType

Flags that indicate the scope types described by this structure. You can combine multiple scope types if all specified scopes use the same settings. This member can be a combination of the following flags.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_TARGET_COMPUTER (0x00000001)

Computer specified by the pwzTargetComputer member of the DSOP_INIT_INFO structure.

If the target computer is an up-level or down-level domain controller, this flag is ignored unless the DSOP_FLAG_SKIP_TARGET_COMPUTER_DC_CHECK flag is set in the flOptions member of the DSOP_INIT_INFO structure.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_UPLEVEL_JOINED_DOMAIN (0x00000002)

An up-level domain to which the target computer is joined. If this flag is set, use the pwzDcName member to specify the name of a domain controller in the joined domain.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_DOWNLEVEL_JOINED_DOMAIN (0x00000004)

A down-level domain to which the target computer is joined.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_ENTERPRISE_DOMAIN (0x00000008)

All domains in the enterprise to which the target computer belongs. If the DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_UPLEVEL_JOINED_DOMAIN scope is specified, then the DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_ENTERPRISE_DOMAIN scope represents all domains in the enterprise except the joined domain.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_GLOBAL_CATALOG (0x00000010)

A scope that contains objects from all domains in the enterprise. An enterprise can contain only up-level domains.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_EXTERNAL_UPLEVEL_DOMAIN (0x00000020)

All up-level domains external to the enterprise but trusted by the domain to which the target computer is joined.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_EXTERNAL_DOWNLEVEL_DOMAIN (0x00000040)

All down-level domains external to the enterprise, but trusted by the domain to which the target computer is joined.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_WORKGROUP (0x00000080)

The workgroup to which the target computer is joined. Applies only if the target computer is not joined to a domain.

The only type of object that can be selected from a workgroup is a computer.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_USER_ENTERED_UPLEVEL_SCOPE (0x00000100)

Enables the user to enter an up-level scope. If neither of the DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_USER_ENTERED_* types is specified, the dialog box restricts the user to the scopes in the Look in drop-down list.

DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_USER_ENTERED_DOWNLEVEL_SCOPE (0x00000200)

Enables the user to enter a down-level scope.

flScope

Flags that indicate the format used to return ADsPath for objects selected from this scope. The flScope member can also indicate the initial scope displayed in the Look in drop-down list. This member can be a combination of the following flags.

LDAP and Global Catalog (GC) paths can be converted to the WinNT ADsPath Syntax. GC paths can be converted to the LDAP format. WinNT objects having an objectSid attribute can be converted to the LDAP format if you specify the DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_SID_PATH or DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_PROVIDER_LDAP flags. No other conversions are legal.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_STARTING_SCOPE (0x00000001)

The scope described by this structure is initially selected in the Look in drop-down list. Only one scope can specify this flag. If no scope specifies this flag, the initial scope is the first successfully created scope in the array of scopes passed to the IDsObjectPicker::Initialize method.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_PROVIDER_WINNT (0x00000002)

The ADsPaths are converted to use the WinNT provider. For more information, see WinNT ADsPath.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_PROVIDER_LDAP (0x00000004)

The ADsPaths are converted to use the LDAP provider. For more information, see LDAP ADsPath.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_PROVIDER_GC (0x00000008)

The ADsPaths for objects selected from this scope are converted to use the GC provider.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_SID_PATH (0x00000010)

The ADsPaths having an objectSid attribute are converted to the form LDAP://<SID=x> where x represents the hexadecimal digits of the objectSid attribute value.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_WANT_DOWNLEVEL_BUILTIN_PATH (0x00000020)

The ADsPaths for down-level, well-known SID objects are an empty string unless this flag is specified (For example; DSOP_DOWNLEVEL_FILTER_INTERACTIVE). If this flag is specified, the paths have the form

WinNT://NT AUTHORITY/Interactive or WinNT://Creator owner.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_USERS (0x00000040)

If the scope filter contains users, select the Users check box in the dialog.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_GROUPS (0x00000080)

If the scope filter contains groups, select the Groups check box in the dialog.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_COMPUTERS (0x00000100)

If the scope filter contains computers, select the Computers check box in the dialog.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_CONTACTS (0x00000200)

If the scope filter contains contacts, select the Contacts check box in the dialog.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_SERVICE_ACCOUNTS (0x00000400)

If the scope filter contains service accounts, select the Service Accounts and Group Managed Service Accounts check boxes in the dialog.

DSOP_SCOPE_FLAG_DEFAULT_FILTER_PASSWORDSETTINGS_OBJECTS (0x00000800)

If the scope filter contains password setting objects, select the Password Setting Objects check box in the dialog.

FilterFlags

Contains a DSOP_FILTER_FLAGS structure that indicates the types of objects presented to the user for this scope or scopes.

pwzDcName

Pointer to a null-terminated Unicode string that contains the name of a domain controller of the domain to which the target computer is joined. This member is used only if the flType member contains the DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_UPLEVEL_JOINED_DOMAIN flag. If that flag is not set, pwzDcName must be NULL.

This member can be NULL even if the DSOP_SCOPE_TYPE_UPLEVEL_JOINED_DOMAIN flag is specified, in which case, the dialog box looks up the domain controller. This member enables you to name a specific domain controller in a multimaster domain. For example, an administrative application might make changes on a domain controller in a multimaster domain, and then open the object picker dialog box before the changes have been replicated on the other domain controllers.

pwzADsPath

Reserved; must be NULL.

hr

Contains an HRESULT value that indicates the status of the specific scope. If the IDsObjectPicker::Initialize method successfully creates the scope, or scopes, specified by this structure, hr contains S_OK. Otherwise, hr contains an error code.

If IDsObjectPicker::Initialize returns S_OK, the hr members of all the specified DSOP_SCOPE_INIT_INFO structures also contain S_OK.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008
Header objsel.h

See also

DSOP_FILTER_FLAGS

DSOP_INIT_INFO

Directory Object Picker

IDsObjectPicker::Initialize