FpcTopDestinationsReportSortOrder Enumeration

The FpcTopDestinationsReportSortOrder enumerated type contains values that specify how the information in the top destinations section of an application usage report is to be sorted.

Important  This API is obsolete.

Syntax

typedef enum FpcTopDestinationsReportSortOrder {
  fpcTopDestinationsRequests
fpcTopDestinationsRequests

The information is to be sorted by the number of requests sent to each destination.

	 = 0,
  fpcTopDestinationsUsers
fpcTopDestinationsUsers

The information is to be sorted by the number of users that access each destination.

		= 1,
  fpcTopDestinationsBytesIn
fpcTopDestinationsBytesIn

The information is to be sorted by the number of incoming bytes transferred to each destination.

	= 2,
  fpcTopDestinationsBytesOut
fpcTopDestinationsBytesOut

The information is to be sorted by the number of outgoing bytes transferred from each destination.

	 = 3,
  fpcTopDestinationsTotalBytes
fpcTopDestinationsTotalBytes

The information is to be sorted by the total number of bytes transferred to or from each destination.

   = 4
} FpcTopDestinationsReportSortOrder;

Constants

fpcTopDestinationsRequests

The information is to be sorted by the number of requests sent to each destination.

fpcTopDestinationsUsers

The information is to be sorted by the number of users that access each destination.

fpcTopDestinationsBytesIn

The information is to be sorted by the number of incoming bytes transferred to each destination.

fpcTopDestinationsBytesOut

The information is to be sorted by the number of outgoing bytes transferred from each destination.

fpcTopDestinationsTotalBytes

The information is to be sorted by the total number of bytes transferred to or from each destination.

Requirements

Client Requires Windows Vista or Windows XP.
Server Requires Windows Server 2008.
Version Requires Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG).
Header

Declared in Comenum.h.

See Also

Enumerated Types


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