Function Reference


_WinNet_GetNetworkInformation

Returns extended information about a specific network provider

#include <WinNet.au3>
_WinNet_GetNetworkInformation ( $sName )

Parameters

$sName The network provider for which information is required

Return Value

Success: an array with the following format:
$aInfo[0] - Version number of the network provider software
$aInfo[1] - Current status of the network provider software:
    0 - The network is running
    1 - The network is unavailable
    2 - The network is not currently able to service requests
$aInfo[2] - Instance handle for the network provider
$aInfo[3] - High word of the network type unique to the running network
$aInfo[4] - Set of bit flags indicating the valid print numbers for redirecting local printer devices, with the low-order bit corresponding to LPT1.
$aInfo[5] - Set of bit flags indicating the valid local disk devices that can be used for redirecting disk drives, with the low-order bit corresponding to A:.
Failure: sets the @error flag to non-zero.

See Also

Search WNetGetNetworkInformation in MSDN Library.