M-Files API 22.6.11519.0
GetAuthenticationPluginsEx Method
MFilesServerApplication Object : GetAuthenticationPluginsEx Method
If true, only scope-independent plugins are returned.

Protocol sequence name to be used in server communication. Supported protocols include:

The network address of a server computer. Either a human readable computer name or an IP address in dotted decimal format. Default value is "localhost".

Specifies the communication port on which the server listens for calls.

With the TCP/IP protocol, specify the TCP port that M-Files Server is listening to. Typically this value is 2266.

With the HTTPS protocol, specify the M-Files Server endpoint that will be used between the RPC Proxy and M-Files Server on the server side. Typically this value is 4466. Note that this parameter does not affect the port that the client uses to communicate with the server. Regardless of this setting, the client will always use the standard HTTPS port for communicating with the server.

With the LPC protocol, specify "MFServerCommon_F5EE352D-6A03-4866-9988-C69CEA2C39BF" to connect to the local M-Files Server instance regardless of its version. If multiple versions of M-Files Server are running on the same computer, the first instance that has started has been registered to listen to this endpoint. Alternatively, you can leave this parameter empty in order to connect to the exact same version of M-Files Server as the M-Files API version you are using. If you leave the Endpoint parameter empty with the LPC protocol, M-Files API uses a version-specific endpoint name to connect to M-Files Server.
Specifies whether data between M-Files Client and M-Files Server must be encrypted. May apply to certain protocol sequences only.
Description
Gets the available authentication plugins.
Syntax
Visual Basic
Public Function GetAuthenticationPluginsEx( _
   Optional ByVal ScopeIndependentOnly As Boolean = False, _
   Optional ByVal ProtocolSequence As String = "ncacn_ip_tcp", _
   Optional ByVal NetworkAddress As String = "localhost", _
   Optional ByVal Endpoint As String = 2266, _
   Optional ByVal EncryptedConnection As Boolean = False _
) As PluginInfos
Parameters
ScopeIndependentOnly
If true, only scope-independent plugins are returned.
ProtocolSequence

Protocol sequence name to be used in server communication. Supported protocols include:

  • "ncacn_ip_tcp" (TCP/IP protocol)
  • "ncacn_spx" (SPX protocol)
  • "ncalrpc" (local interprocess call, LPC)
  • "ncacn_http" (HTTPS)
  • "grpc" (gRPC)
  • "grpc-local" (local gRPC)
NetworkAddress
The network address of a server computer. Either a human readable computer name or an IP address in dotted decimal format. Default value is "localhost".
Endpoint

Specifies the communication port on which the server listens for calls.

With the TCP/IP protocol, specify the TCP port that M-Files Server is listening to. Typically this value is 2266.

With the HTTPS protocol, specify the M-Files Server endpoint that will be used between the RPC Proxy and M-Files Server on the server side. Typically this value is 4466. Note that this parameter does not affect the port that the client uses to communicate with the server. Regardless of this setting, the client will always use the standard HTTPS port for communicating with the server.

With the LPC protocol, specify "MFServerCommon_F5EE352D-6A03-4866-9988-C69CEA2C39BF" to connect to the local M-Files Server instance regardless of its version. If multiple versions of M-Files Server are running on the same computer, the first instance that has started has been registered to listen to this endpoint. Alternatively, you can leave this parameter empty in order to connect to the exact same version of M-Files Server as the M-Files API version you are using. If you leave the Endpoint parameter empty with the LPC protocol, M-Files API uses a version-specific endpoint name to connect to M-Files Server.
EncryptedConnection
Specifies whether data between M-Files Client and M-Files Server must be encrypted. May apply to certain protocol sequences only.
See Also

MFilesServerApplication Object  | MFilesServerApplication Members