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WinTrustProviderServerUnload info

The WinTrustProviderServerUnload function indicates that WinTrust is preparing to unload the trust provider DLL from the WinTrust server process.

The current release of WinTrust does not include the WinTrust server component. Consequently, a trust provider DLL does not need to implement this function.

VOID WinTrustProviderServerUnload(

    LPVOID lpTrustProviderInfo

// pointer to buffer allocated by the trust provider



Pointer to the buffer that the trust provider allocated during its initialization. The trust provider passed this pointer to WinTrust in the WinTrustProviderServerInitialize call.

Return Values



The LPWINTRUST_PROVIDER_SERVER_UNLOAD type is a pointer to a WinTrustProviderServerUnload function.

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