SspiDeleteSecurityContextAsync function (sspi.h)
The SspiDeleteSecurityContextAsync function deletes the local data structures associated with the specified security context initiated by a previous call to the SspiInitializeSecurityContextAsync function or the SspiAcceptSecurityContextAsync function.
SECURITY_STATUS SspiDeleteSecurityContextAsync( SspiAsyncContext *AsyncContext, PCtxtHandle phContext );
The async call context.
Handle of the security context to delete.
Returns SEC_E_OK if the async request to delete the security context was successfully queued for execution. Otherwise, it returns the error generated attempting to queue it. To retrieve the status of the operation, use SspiGetAsyncCallStatus.
SspiGetAsyncCallStatus returns SEC_E_OK on completion. Otherwise, it may return SEC_I_ASYNC_CALL_PENDING if the call is still in progress, or one of the error codes below.
|SEC_E_INVALID_HANDLE||The handle passed to the function is not valid.|
On async call completion, callers can choose to opt out of receiving a notification by avoiding setting a callback for a new SspiAsyncContext or by removing the callback using SspiSetAsyncNotifyCallback with a null parameter. If opting out, the caller should free the context with SspiFreeAsyncContext immediately after calling SspiDeleteSecurityContextAsync, unless the context is intended for reuse.
The SspiDeleteSecurityContextAsync function terminates a security context and frees associated resources.
The caller must call this function for a security context when that security context is no longer needed. This is true if the security context is partial, incomplete, rejected, or failed. After the security context is successfully deleted, further use of that security context is not permitted and the handle is no longer valid.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 10, version 1607 [kernel-mode drivers only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2016 [kernel-mode drivers only]|