The CredReadDomainCredentials function reads the domain credentials from the user's credential set. The credential set used is the one associated with the logon session of the current token. The token must not have the user's SID disabled.
BOOL CredReadDomainCredentialsA( PCREDENTIAL_TARGET_INFORMATIONA TargetInfo, DWORD Flags, DWORD *Count, PCREDENTIALA **Credential );
Target information that identifies the target server. At least one of the naming members must not be NULL: NetbiosServerName, DnsServerName, NetbiosDomainName, DnsDomainName or DnsTreeName.
Flags controlling the operation of the function.
The following flag is defined:
Cache the TargetInfo for a subsequent read using CredGetTargetInfo.
Count of the credentials returned in the Credentials array.
Pointer to an array of pointers to credentials. The most specific existing credential matching the TargetInfo is returned. If credentials of various types (for example, CRED_TYPE_DOMAIN_PASSWORD and CRED_TYPE_DOMAIN_CERTIFICATE credentials) exist, one of each type is returned. If a connection were to be made to the named target, this most-specific credential would be used.
Only those credential types specified by the TargetInfo.CredTypes array are returned. The returned Credentials array is sorted in the same order as the TargetInfo.CredTypes array. That is, authentication packages specify a preferred credential type by specifying it earlier in the TargetInfo.CredTypes array.If TargetInfo.CredTypeCount is zero, the Credentials array is returned in the following sorted order:
The returned buffer is a single allocated block. Any pointers contained within the buffer are pointers to locations within this single allocated block. The single returned buffer must be freed by calling CredFree.
The function returns TRUE on success and FALSE on failure. The GetLastError function can be called to get a more specific status code. The following status codes can be returned:
None of the naming parameters were specified.
There are no credentials matching the specified naming parameters.
The logon session does not exist or there is no credential set associated with this logon session. Network logon sessions do not have an associated credential set.
A flag that is not valid was specified for the Flags parameter.
This function returns the most specific credentials matching the naming parameters. For instance, if there is a credential that matches the target server name and a credential that matches the target domain name, only the server specific credential is returned. This is the credential that would be used.
The following list specifies the order (from most specific to least specific) of what credential is returned if more than one matches:
- The credential target name is of the form <DfsRoot>\<DfsShare>, and it is an exact match on the TargetName.
- An exact match on the DnsServerName.
- An exact match on the NetBIOSServerName.
- An exact match on TargetName.
- A match of the DnsServerName to a wildcard server credential. If more than one wildcard server credential matches, the credential with the longer TargetName is used. That is, a credential for *.example.microsoft.com is used instead of a credential for *.microsoft.com.
- An exact match of the DnsDomainName to a wildcard domain credential of the form <DnsDomainName>\*.
- An exact match of the NetBIOSDomainName to a wildcard domain credential of the form <NetBIOSDomainName>\*
- The credential named CRED_SESSION_WILDCARD_NAME.
- The credential named "*".
If the value of the Type member of the CREDENTIAL structure specified by the Credentials parameter is CRED_TYPE_DOMAIN_EXTENDED, a namespace must be specified in the target name. This function can return only one credential of the specified type.
This function can return multiple credentials of this type, but CRED_TYPE_DOMAIN_EXTENDED cannot be mixed with other types in the CredTypes member of the CREDENTIAL_TARGET_INFORMATION structure specified by the TargetInfo parameter.
The wincred.h header defines CredReadDomainCredentials as an alias which automatically selects the ANSI or Unicode version of this function based on the definition of the UNICODE preprocessor constant. Mixing usage of the encoding-neutral alias with code that not encoding-neutral can lead to mismatches that result in compilation or runtime errors. For more information, see Conventions for Function Prototypes.
|Minimum supported client||Windows XP [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]|