The Network Access Protection platform is not available starting with Windows 10
The INapSystemHealthAgentCallback interface provides callback methods that are declared by the system and implemented by the SHA writer so the NapAgent can communicate with the SHA.
The INapSystemHealthAgentCallback interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. INapSystemHealthAgentCallback also has these types of members:
The INapSystemHealthAgentCallback interface has these methods.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::CompareSoHRequests||Used by the SHA to compare the SoHs.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::GetFixupInfo||Called by the NapAgent to determine the state of the SHA.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::GetSoHRequest||Called by the NapAgent to query the SHA's SoH request.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::NotifyOrphanedSoHRequest||Called if an SoH request was queried from the SHA, but the response never came back.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::NotifySystemIsolationStateChange||Called by the NapAgent to indicate that the system isolation state or the probation end-time has changed.
|INapSystemHealthAgentCallback::ProcessSoHResponse||Called when the NapAgent receives an SoH response destined for this health agent.
|Minimum supported client
||Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
|Minimum supported server
||Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]