Re: secedit API
Date: Thu, 6 Oct 2005 02:01:08 -0700
I believe the api you are after has never been made public.
In general there is no programmatic interface for setting any of
the policy values in group policy (rare exceptions exist, like
user rights being accessible from unmanaged code).
For later systems there is a public api that gets at the resultant
set of policy information, particularly of interest for you may be
the history info.
"AndyL" <AndyL@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Is there any programming interface for the secedit database available?
> I made a tool which generates dynamic the security.inf file, so now i want
> to write a reporting tool which uses the sdb database and the analyze
> But i can't find any interface documentation for secedit components.
> Andy Lucas
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