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SetEntriesInAuditList info  Overview  Group

[This is a preview of an interface that may appear in future releases of Windows.]

The SetEntriesInAuditList function creates a new audit-control list by merging specified audit-control information into an existing audit-control list. You can specify audit-control information for an object or for a specified property on an object.

DWORD SetEntriesInAuditList(

    ULONG cEntries,

// Number of entries in the entry list

    PACTRL_ACCESS_ENTRY pAccessEntryList,

// array of audit-control entry information

    ACCESS_MODE AccessMode,


    LPCTSTR lpProperty,

// GUID string of a property

    PACTRL_AUDIT pOldList,

// pointer to the old audit-control list

    PACTRL_AUDIT *ppNewList

// receives a pointer to the new list



Specifies the number of entries in the pAccessEntryList array.
Pointer to an array of ACTRL_ACCESS_ENTRY structures. Each entry in the array specifies audit-control information for a trustee.
A flag that indicates how to combine the new entries in the pAccessEntryList array with the existing entries in the pOldList audit-control list. This parameter can be one of the following values from the ACCESS_MODE enumeration.




Adds the new entries to the front of the audit-control list. Existing entries are not removed from the list.


Remove from the existing list all explicit entries for trustees specified in the pAccessEntryList array.


Adds the new entries to the front of the audit-control list. Existing entries for the same trustees are removed from the list.

Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the GUID of a property on the object. You can use the UuidToString function to generate a string representation of a property GUID. The function creates the ppNewList access list with an ACTRL_PROPERTY_ENTRY structure containing the specified access-control information. The lpProperty member of this structure is set to the value specified by the lpProperty parameter. If this parameter is NULL, the access-control information applies to the object; otherwise, it applies to the specified property.
Pointer to an existing ACTRL_AUDIT structure containing the audit-control list to be modified.
Pointer to a variable that receives a pointer to an ACTRL_AUDIT structure containing the new audit-control list. Call the LocalFree function to free the returned buffer.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is ERROR_SUCCESS.

If the function fails, the return value can be one of the following error codes.




An invalid parameter was specified.


A memory allocation failed.


Currently, the import library for the SetEntriesInAuditList function is ACCSRC.LIB. This is temporary. Eventually, the import library will be ADVAPI32.LIB. Meanwhile, any source code that links with the ACCSRC.LIB library must call the AccProvInit macro as follows:

    DWORD dwErrcode;


    if(dwErrcode != ERROR_SUCCESS)


         // Consider this an error...



See Also


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