Function Reference


_WinNet_GetResourceInformation

Identifies the network provider that owns the resource

#include <WinNet.au3>
_WinNet_GetResourceInformation ( $sRemoteName [, $sProvider = "" [, $iType = 0]] )

Parameters

$sRemoteName The remote path name of the resource
$sProvider [optional] The name of the provider that owns the resource.
This member can be blank if the provider name is unknown.
$iType [optional] Type of resource.
This member can be 0 if it is not known.

Return Value

Success: an array with the following format:
    $aResource[0] - Scope of enumeration:
        0 - Connected
        1 - All resources
        2 - Remembered
    $aResource[1] - Type of resource:
        0 - Disk
        1 - Print
        2 - Unknown
    $aResource[2] - Display option:
        0 - Generic
        1 - Domain
        2 - Server
        3 - Share
        4 - File
        5 - Group
        6 - Network
        7 - Root
        8 - Admin Share
        9 - Directory
        10 - Tree
        11 - NDS Container
    $aResource[3] - Resource usage. Can be one or more of the following:
        1 - The resource is a connectable resource
        2 - The resource is a container resource
        4 - The resource is attached
        8 - The resource is reserved
    $aResource[4] - Local name
    $aResource[5] - Remote name
    $aResource[6] - Comment supplied by the network provider
    $aResource[7] - The name of the provider that owns the resource
    $aResource[8] - The part of the resource that is accessed through system functions
Failure: sets the @error flag to non-zero.

See Also

Search WNetGetResourceInformation in MSDN Library.