IWRdsProtocolConnectionCallback interface (wtsprotocol.h)
Exposes methods that provide information about the status of a client connection and that perform actions for the client. This interface is implemented by the Remote Desktop Services service and called by the protocol.
An instance of this interface is associated with a specific instance of the IWRdsProtocolConnection interface. When the following documentation refers to a connection, it is therefore referring to the specific connection for which the IWRdsProtocolConnection object was created.
The IWRdsProtocolConnectionCallback interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. IWRdsProtocolConnectionCallback also has these types of members:
The IWRdsProtocolConnectionCallback interface has these methods.
Informs the Remote Desktop Services service that the client connection has been lost.
Retrieves the connection identifier.
Requests that the Remote Desktop Services service continue the connection process for that client.
Requests that the Remote Desktop Services service redraw the client window.
Requests that the Remote Desktop Services service stop updating the client screen.
To avoid a possible deadlock when calling any of the methods on this interface, you should not make any function or method calls that will directly or indirectly result in a Remote Desktop Services API being called. If you need to make any outbound call, you should start a new thread and make the outbound call from the new thread.
|Minimum supported client||None supported|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2012|