|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 SDK|
The FPCConnectionLimitPolicy object represents a connection limit policy. A connection limit establishes how many transport-layer protocol connections can exist at one time for a single user. Examples of transport-layer protocols are TCP and UDP. The policy designates connection limits for default users and connection limits for special users.
When the TCP connection limit for a user is reached, no additional TCP connections are allowed for the user.
When the UDP connection limit for a user is reached and the user attempts to make an additional UDP connection, the first UDP connection that the user made is closed, and the new connection is established.
A typical special user would be a Web server, which would require many more connections than a default user.
Special users can be defined using computer sets.
The FPCConnectionLimitPolicy object is typically accessed through the ConnectionLimitPolicy property of an FPCArrayPolicy object.
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This object has no methods.
The FPCConnectionLimitPolicy object has the following properties.
|DefaultLimit||Gets an FPCConnectionLimit object that specifies the connection limits for a default user.|
|Enabled||Gets or sets a Boolean value that indicates whether the connection limit policy is enabled.|
|RulePerSecondLimit||Gets or sets the maximum number of connections that can be created for a rule during one second.|
|SpecialComputerSets||Gets an FPCRefs collection that contains references to the FPCComputerSet objects defining the computer sets to which the special connection limits apply.|
|SpecialLimit||Gets an FPCConnectionLimit object that specifies the connection limits for a special user.|
|CancelWaitForChanges||Cancels the registration established by the WaitForChanges method (for use in C and C++ programming only).|
|CanImport||Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the object's properties can be imported from the specified XML document.|
|Export||Recursively writes the stored values of all the properties of the object and its subobjects to the specified XML document.|
|ExportToFile||Recursively writes the stored values of all the properties of the object and its subobjects to the specified XML file.|
|GetServiceRestartMask||Retrieves a 32-bit bitmask of the FpcServices enumerated type that specifies which services need to be restarted for currently unsaved changes to take effect.|
|Import||Recursively copies the values of all the properties of the object and of its subobjects from the specified XML document to persistent storage.|
|ImportFromFile||Recursively copies the values of all the properties of the object and of its subobjects from the specified XML file to persistent storage.|
|LoadDocProperties||Provides the XML document's properties so that you can know what information can be imported from the document.|
|Refresh||Recursively reads the values of all the properties of the object and of its subobjects from persistent storage, overwriting any changes that have not been saved.|
|Save||Recursively writes the current values of all the properties of the object and its subobjects to persistent storage.|
|WaitForChanges||Registers to wait for an event indicating that the contents of the object have changed (for use in C and C++ programming only).|
|PersistentName||Gets the persistent name of the object. The persistent name of an object is a name that is unique for the object at the respective level of the COM object hierarchy.|
|VendorParametersSets||Gets an FPCVendorParametersSets collection that can hold sets of custom data for extending the object.|
This object implements the IFPCConnectionLimitPolicy interface.
Server: Requires Windows Server 2003 or
Version: Requires Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004.
Header: Declared in Msfpccom.idl.
Library: Use Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 Administration Library.