IWMDMDevice::SendOpaqueCommand method (mswmdm.h)

The SendOpaqueCommand method sends a device-specific command to the device through Windows Media Device Manager. Windows Media Device Manager does not attempt to read the command.

Syntax

HRESULT SendOpaqueCommand(
  [in, out] OPAQUECOMMAND *pCommand
);

Parameters

[in, out] pCommand

Pointer to an OPAQUECOMMAND structure specifying the information required to execute the command. If the device returns data, it is returned through the pData member of pCommand.

Return value

The method returns an HRESULT. All the interface methods in Windows Media Device Manager can return any of the following classes of error codes:

  • Standard COM error codes
  • Windows error codes converted to HRESULT values
  • Windows Media Device Manager error codes
For an extensive list of possible error codes, see Error Codes.

Remarks

This method is intended for device commands that do not affect the operation of Windows Media Device Manager and are passed through unchanged.

Examples

The following code performs a simplified extended authentication procedure with a device. This procedure is specific to a device.


// Call opaque command to exchange extended authentication information.
    //
    {
        HMAC           hMAC;
        OPAQUECOMMAND  Command;
        CERTINFOEX    *pCertInfoEx;
        DWORD          cbData_App   = sizeof(bCertInfoEx_App)/sizeof(bCertInfoEx_App[0]);
        DWORD          cbData_SP    = sizeof(bCertInfoEx_SP)/sizeof(bCertInfoEx_SP[0]);
        DWORD          cbData_Send  = sizeof(CERTINFOEX) + cbData_App;

        // Fill out opaque command structure.
        memcpy(&(Command.guidCommand), &guidCertInfoEx, sizeof(GUID));

        Command.pData = (BYTE *)CoTaskMemAlloc(cbData_Send);
        if (!Command.pData)
        {
            ExitOnFail(hr = E_OUTOFMEMORY);
        }
        Command.dwDataLen = cbData_Send;

        // Map the data in the opaque command to a CERTINFOEX structure, and
        // fill in the certificate info to send.
        pCertInfoEx = (CERTINFOEX *)Command.pData;

        pCertInfoEx->hr     = S_OK;
        pCertInfoEx->cbCert = cbData_App;
        memcpy(pCertInfoEx->pbCert, bCertInfoEx_App, cbData_App);

        // Compute the MAC to send.
        g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACInit(&hMAC);
        g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, (BYTE*)(&(Command.guidCommand)), sizeof(GUID));
        g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, (BYTE*)(&(Command.dwDataLen)), sizeof(Command.dwDataLen));
        if (Command.pData)
        {
            g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, Command.pData, Command.dwDataLen);
        }
        g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACFinal(hMAC, Command.abMAC);

        // Send the command.
        hr = pDevice->SendOpaqueCommand(&Command);
        if (SUCCEEDED(hr))
        {
            BYTE abMACVerify2[ WMDM_MAC_LENGTH ];

            // Compute retrieved MAC for verification.
            g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACInit(&hMAC);
            g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, (BYTE*)(&(Command.guidCommand)), sizeof(GUID));
            g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, (BYTE*)(&(Command.dwDataLen)), sizeof(Command.dwDataLen));
            if (Command.pData)
            {
                g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACUpdate(hMAC, Command.pData, Command.dwDataLen);
            }
            g_cWmdm.m_pSAC->MACFinal(hMAC, abMACVerify2);

            // Verify the MAC matches.
            //
            if (memcmp(abMACVerify2, Command.abMAC, WMDM_MAC_LENGTH) == 0)
            {
                // Cast the data in the opaque command to a CERTINFOEX structure.
                //
                pCertInfoEx = (CERTINFOEX *)Command.pData;

                // In this simple extended authentication scheme, the callee must
                // provide the exact certificate info.
                //
                if ((pCertInfoEx->cbCert != cbData_SP) ||
                    (memcmp(pCertInfoEx->pbCert, bCertInfoEx_SP, cbData_SP) == 0))
                {
                    m_fExtraCertified = TRUE;
                }
            }
        }

        if (Command.pData)
        {
            CoTaskMemFree(Command.pData);
        }
    }

Requirements

   
Target Platform Windows
Header mswmdm.h
Library Mssachlp.lib

See also

IWMDMDevice Interface