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The SERVER_INFO_502 structure contains information about the specified server, including name, platform, type of server, and associated software.

typedef struct _SERVER_INFO_502 {
DWORD sv502_sessopens;
DWORD sv502_sessvcs;
DWORD sv502_opensearch;
DWORD sv502_sizreqbuf;
DWORD sv502_initworkitems;
DWORD sv502_maxworkitems;
DWORD sv502_rawworkitems;
DWORD sv502_irpstacksize;
DWORD sv502_maxrawbuflen;
DWORD sv502_sessusers;
DWORD sv502_sessconns;
DWORD sv502_maxpagedmemoryusage;
DWORD sv502_maxnonpagedmemoryusage;
BOOL sv502_enableforcedlogoff;
BOOL sv502_timesource;
BOOL sv502_acceptdownlevelapis;
BOOL sv502_lmannounce;


Specifies the number of files that can be open in one session.
Specifies the maximum number of virtual circuits per client.
Specifies the number of search operations that can be carried out simultaneously.
Specifies the size, in bytes, of each server buffer.
Specifies the initial number of receive buffers, or work items, used by the server. Allocating work items costs a certain amount of memory initially, but not as much as having to allocate additional buffers later.
Specifies the maximum number of receive buffers, or work items, the server can allocate. If this limit is reached, the transport must initiate flow control at a significant performance cost.
Specifies the number of special work items for raw I/O that the server uses. A larger value for this member can increase performance but costs more memory.
Specifies the number of stack locations in IRPs allocated by the server.
Specifies the maximum raw mode buffer size.
Specifies the maximum number of users that can be logged on to a server using a single virtual circuit.
Specifies the maximum number of tree connections that can be made on the server using a single virtual circuit.
Specifies the maximum size of pageable memory that the server can have allocated at any time. Adjust this member if you want to administer memory quota control.
Specifies the maximum size of nonpaged memory that the server can have allocated at any time. Adjust this member if you want to administer memory quota control.
Specifies whether the server should force a client to disconnect, even if the client has open files, once the client’s logon time has expired.
Specifies whether the server is a reliable time source.
Specifies whether the server will accept function calls from previous generation LAN Manager clients.
Specifies the LAN Manager server announcement interval.

See Also

NetServerGetInfo, NetServerSetInfo

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