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TrusteeAccessToObject info  Overview  Group

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

The TrusteeAccessToObject function determines whether a trustee has specified access rights to a specified object or its properties.

DWORD TrusteeAccessToObject(

    LPCTSTR lpObject,

// name of the object

    SE_OBJECT_TYPE ObjectType,

// type of object

    LPCTSTR lpProvider,

// name of provider to handle request

    PTRUSTEE pTrustee,

// pointer to trustee information

    ULONG cEntries,

// number of entries in trustee access list

    PTRUSTEE_ACCESS pTrusteeAccess

// pointer to a trustee access list



Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of an object. For descriptions of the string formats for the different object types, see SE_OBJECT_TYPE.
Specifies a value from the SE_OBJECT_TYPE enumeration that indicates the type of object named by the lpObject parameter.
Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the provider to handle the request. If this parameter is NULL, the system determines the proper provider to handle the request.
Pointer to a TRUSTEE structure that identifies a user, group, or program (such as a Windows NT service).
Specifies the number of entries in the array of TRUSTEE_ACCESS structures.
Pointer to an array of TRUSTEE_ACCESS structures. Each entry specifies the access rights to check. An entry can check access rights to the object or to a property on the object. When the function returns successfully, the fReturnedAccess member of each structure indicates whether the trustee has the requested access rights.

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.




The lpProvider parameter specified an invalid provider name.


An invalid parameter was specified.


Currently, the import library for the TrusteeAccessToObject 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


See also:

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