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The WKSTA_INFO_302 structure contains information about a workstation environment, including platform-specific information, the name of the domain and the local computer, and information concerning the LAN Manager software.

typedef struct _WKSTA_INFO_302{
DWORD wki302_char_wait;
DWORD wki302_collection_time;
DWORD wki302_maximum_collection_count;
DWORD wki302_keep_conn;
DWORD wki302_keep_search;
DWORD wki302_max_cmds;
DWORD wki302_num_work_buf;
DWORD wki302_siz_work_buf;
DWORD wki302_max_wrk_cache;
DWORD wki302_sess_timeout;
DWORD wki302_siz_error;
DWORD wki302_num_alerts;
DWORD wki302_num_services;
DWORD wki302_errlog_sz;
DWORD wki302_print_buf_time;
DWORD wki302_num_char_buf;
DWORD wki302_siz_char_buf;
LPTSTR wki302_wrk_heuristics;
DWORD wki302_mailslots;
DWORD wki302_num_dgram_buf;
}WKSTA_INFO_302, *PWKSTA_INFO_302, *LPWKSTA_INFO_302;  

Members

wki302_char_wait
Specifies the number of seconds the computer will wait for a remote resource to become available.
wki302_collection_time
Specifies the number of milliseconds the computer will collect data before sending the data to a character device resource. The workstation waits the specified time or collects the number of characters specified by wki302_maximum_collection_count, whichever comes first.
wki302_maximum_collection_count
Specifies the number of bytes of information the computer will collect before sending the data to a character device resource. The workstation collects the specified number of bytes or waits the time specified by wki302_collection_time, whichever comes first.
wki302_keep_conn
Specifies the number of seconds the server will maintain an inactive connection to a resource.
wki302_keep_search
Defines the number of seconds an inactive search will continue.
wki302_max_cmds
Specifies the number of simultaneous network device driver commands that can be sent to the network.
wki302_num_work_buf
Specifies the number of internal buffers the computer has.
wki302_siz_work_buf
Specifies the size, in bytes, of each internal buffer.
wki302_max_wrk_cache
Specifies the maximum size, in bytes, of an internal cache buffer.
wki302_sess_timeout
Indicates the number of seconds the server waits before disconnecting an inactive session.
wki302_siz_error
Specifies the size, in bytes, of an internal error buffer.
wki302_num_alerts
Specifies the maximum number of clients that can receive alert messages. (This member is not supported under MS-DOS.) The Alerter service registers at least three clients when it begins to run.
wki302_num_services
Specifies the number of services that can be installed on the computer at any time.
wki302_errlog_sz
Specifies the maximum size, in kilobytes, of the client's error log file.
wki302_print_buf_time
Specifies the number of seconds the server waits before closing inactive compatibility-mode print jobs.
wki302_num_char_buf
Specifies the number of character pipe buffers and device buffers the client can have.
wki302_siz_char_buf
Specifies the maximum size, in bytes, of a character pipe buffer and device buffer.
wki302_wrk_heuristics
Points to a Unicode string of flags used to control a client's operation.
wki302_mailslots
Specifies the maximum number of mailslots allowed.
wki302_num_dgram_buf
Specifies the number of buffers to allocate for receiving datagrams.

See Also

NetWkstaGetInfo, NetWkstaSetInfo

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