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QuestionWNetGetConnection API behaves wrongly when UAC is enabled Pin
atm.menon4-Feb-14 19:19
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Hi,

I am using WNetGetConnection() API to check that my network drive(mapped to a local share folder) is connected or not. When i run this application as run as administrator with UAC enabled, this API return success even if n/w drive is disconnected. Its works fine when i run application without admin privilege( standard user). Anybody got the same issue?

Any help or guidance would be appreciated.

Sample code
C++
LPTSTR lpszDeviceName = 0;
lpszDeviceName = new TCHAR[ 256];
DWORD dwcchBuff = MAX_PATH;
DWORD dwResult = 0;
dwResult = WNetGetConnection( _T("Z:"),  lpszDeviceName, &dwcchBuff );
if( NO_ERROR != dwResult )
{
   printf("Media removed\n");
}
else
{
   printf("Media inserted\n");
}

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