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The STAT_WORKSTATION_0 structure contains information about the specified workstation, including name, number of sessions, number of network control blocks, type of applications, and pertinent software information.

typedef struct _STAT_WORKSTATION_0 {
DWORD stw0_start;
DWORD stw0_numNCB_r;
DWORD stw0_numNCB_s;
DWORD stw0_numNCB_a;
DWORD stw0_fiNCB_r;
DWORD stw0_fiNCB_s;
DWORD stw0_fiNCB_a;
DWORD stw0_fcNCB_r;
DWORD stw0_fcNCB_s;
DWORD stw0_fcNCB_a;
DWORD stw0_sesstart;
DWORD stw0_sessfailcon;
DWORD stw0_sessbroke;
DWORD stw0_uses;
DWORD stw0_usefail;
DWORD stw0_autorec;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_r_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_r_hi;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_r_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_r_hi;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_s_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_s_hi;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_s_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_s_hi;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_a_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytessent_a_hi;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_a_lo;
DWORD stw0_bytesrcvd_a_hi;
DWORD stw0_reqbufneed;
DWORD stw0_bigbufneed;
} STAT_WORKSTATION_0, *PSTAT_WORKSTATION_0, *LPSTAT_WORKSTATION_0;  

Members

stw0_start
Indicates the last time (in seconds from 00:00:00, January 1,1970) the user list for servers running user-level security was modified.
stw0_numNCB_r
Indicates the last time (in seconds from 00:00:00, January 1,1970) the group list for servers running user-level security was modified.
stw0_numNCB_s
Specifies the total number of network control blocks issued by the server.
stw0_numNCB_a
Specifies the total number of network control blocks issued by applications.
stw0_fiNCB_r
Specifies the number of network control blocks that failed when issued by the redirector.
stw0_fiNCB_s
Specifies the number of network control blocks that failed when issued by the server.
stw0_fiNCB_a
Specifies the number of network control blocks that failed when issued by applications.
stw0_fcNCB_r
Specifies the number of network control blocks that were issued by the redirector and that failed before completion.
stw0_fcNCB_s
Specifies the number of network control blocks that were issued by the server and that failed before completion.
stw0_fcNCB_a
Specifies the number of network control blocks that were issued by applications and that failed before completion.
stw0_sesstart
Specifies the number of workstation sessions started.
stw0_sessfailcon
Specifies the number of workstation sessions that failed to connect, not counting those that failed due to an incorrect naming error.
stw0_sessbroke
Specifies the number of workstation sessions that failed after the session was established.
stw0_uses
Specifies how the workstation is used.
stw0_usefail
Specifies the number of workstation use failures. This is the number of times the tree connections failed, when a server is found but the resources are not found.
stw0_autorec
Specifies the number of times a workstation is used.
stw0_bytessent_r_lo
Specifies the number of workstation bytes sent to the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytessent_r_hi
Specifies the number of workstation bytes sent to the network (high DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_r_lo
Specifies the number of workstation bytes received from the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_r_hi
Specifies the number of workstation bytes received from the network (high DWORD).
stw0_bytessent_s_lo
Specifies the number of server bytes sent to the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytessent_s_hi
Specifies the number of server bytes sent to the network (high DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_s_lo
Specifies the number of workstation bytes received from the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_s_hi
Specifies the number of workstation bytes received from the network (high DWORD).
stw0_bytessent_a_lo
Specifies the number of application bytes sent to the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytessent_a_hi
Specifies the number of application bytes sent to the network (high DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_a_lo
Specifies the number of application bytes received from the network (low DWORD).
stw0_bytesrcvd_a_hi
Specifies the number of application bytes received from the network (high DWORD).
stw0_reqbufneed
Specifies the number of times the workstation required a request buffer but failed to allocate one. This element indicates that the workstation parameters may need adjustment.
stw0_bigbufneed
Specifies the number of times the workstation required a big buffer but failed to allocate one. This element indicates that the workstation parameters may need adjustment.

See Also

NetStatisticsGet2

See also:


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