Global Const $tagNETRESOURCE = "int Scope;int Type;int DisplayType;int Usage;ptr LocalName;ptr RemoteName;ptr Comment;ptr Provider"
|Scope||Scope of the enumeration:
$RESOURCE_CONNECTED - Enumerate currently connected resources
$RESOURCE_GLOBALNET - Enumerate all resources on the network
$RESOURCE_REMEMBERED - Enumerate remembered connections
|Type||Set of bit flags identifying the type of resource:
$RESOURCETYPE_ANY - All resources
$RESOURCETYPE_DISK - Disk resources
$RESOURCETYPE_PRINT - Print resources
|DisplayType||Display options for the network object in a network browsing user interface:
$RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_DOMAIN - The object should be displayed as a domain
$RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_SERVER - The object should be displayed as a server
$RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_SHARE - The object should be displayed as a share
$RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_GENERIC - The method used to display the object does not matter
|Usage||Set of bit flags describing how the resource can be used. Note that this member can be specified
only if the Scope member is equal to $RESOURCE_GLOBALNET. This member can be one of the following values:
$RESOURCEUSAGE_CONNECTABLE - The resource is a connectable resource; the name pointed to by RemoteName can be
passed to the _WNet_AddConnection function to make a network connection.
$RESOURCEUSAGE_CONTAINER - The resource is a container resource; the name pointed to by RemoteName can be
passed to the WNet_OpenEnum function to enumerate the resources in the container.
|LocalName||If the Scope member is equal to $RESOURCE_CONNECTED or $RESOURCE_REMEMBERED, this member is a
pointer to a null terminated character string that specifies the name of a local device. This member is 0 if
the connection does not use a device.
|RemoteName||If the entry is a network resource, this member is a pointer to a null terminated string that
specifies the remote network name. If the entry is a current or persistent connection, RemoteName points to
the network name associated with the name pointed to by the LocalName member.
|Comment||Pointer to a null-terminated string that contains a comment supplied by the network provider|
|Provider||Pointer to a null-terminated string that contains the name of the provider that owns the
resource. This member can be NULL if the provider name is unknown. To retrieve the provider name, you can
call the _WNet_GetProviderName function.