SLSetGenuineInformation function (slpublic.h)

Specifies information about the genuine status of a Windows computer.

Syntax

HRESULT SLSetGenuineInformation(
  const SLID *pQueryId,
  PCWSTR     pwszValueName,
  SLDATATYPE eDataType,
  UINT       cbValue,
  const BYTE *pbValue
);

Parameters

pQueryId

A pointer to an SLID structure that specifies the application for which to set information.

pwszValueName

A pointer to a null-terminated string that contains the name associated with the value to set. The following names are valid.

Value Meaning
SL_BRT_DATA
Set information about the genuine state of the computer.
SL_BRT_COMMIT
If the SL_BRT_DATA value is set, setting SL_BRT_COMMIT puts the computer in nongenuine grace period mode.

eDataType

A pointer to a value of the SLDATATYPE enumeration that specifies the type of data in the pbValue buffer.

cbValue

A pointer to the size, in bytes, of the pbValue buffer.

pbValue

A pointer to an array of BYTE values that specify the value associated with the name specified by the pwszValueName parameter.

Some name-value pairs allow this parameter to be NULL. In this case, the existing value of the name-value pair is deleted.

When you have finished using this array, free it by calling the LocalFree function.

Return value

If the method succeeds, it returns S_OK.

If the method fails, it returns an error code. For a list of common error codes, see Common HRESULT Values.

This function can return the following values defined in Winerror.h and Slerror.h.

Return code/value Description
E_ACCESS_DENIED
0x80070005
The caller does not have administrative privileges.
E_INVALIDARG
0x80000003
The pbValue parameter cannot be NULL.
(HRESULT_FROM_WIN32)ERROR_BUFFER_OVERFLOW
0x111
The pbValue buffer is too small to hold the data.
SL_E_DATATYPE_MISMATCHED
0xC004F01E
The data type of the pbValue parameter does not match the type specified by the eDataType parameter.
SL_E_DEPENDENT_PROPERTY_NOT_SET
0xC004F066
The specified name-value pair is dependent on a name-value pair that has not been set.
SL_E_NOT_SUPPORTED
0xC004F016
The name specified by the pwszValueName parameter is not supported.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]
Target Platform Windows
Header slpublic.h
Library Slc.lib
DLL Slc.dll