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Sets the address and port of the broker for a brokered connection to the remote desktop.
int pcoip_set_broker_address( const char* broker_address, const char* port );
|Example||Teradici PCoIP Protocol|
|broker_address||The address of the broker machine (Teradici Connection Manager). The address can be an IP address or FQDN.|
|port||Port of the broker machine.|
pcoip_set_broker_address sets the address and port of the broker for a brokered connection to the remote desktop. Call pcoip_set_broker_address before calling pcoip_connect. If the broker address and port are not set with pcoip_set_broker_address, pcoip_connect will use the address of the desktop and the default broker port (443) as the broker for the connection
|E_ALREADY_CONNECTED||Do not call this function after the connection is established.|
|E_NOT_CONNECTED||Action cannot be performed. There is no connection to the remote server.|
|E_OUT_OF_TIME||Function timed out.|
|E_ILLEGAL_PARAMETER||Illegal parameter found.|
|E_INTERNAL||Internal error found.|
The broker_address and port arguments can be parameterized.
This example shows a connection and disconnection.
pcoip_set_broker_address("mybroker.com", "443"); pcoip_set_broker_address("hogan", "my_domain", lr_unmask("123abc345def678ghi")); pcoip_connect("my_server", "22.214.171.124", "my_server", "4172" ); pcoip_set_display(800, 582); lr_think_time(5); pcoip_mouse_click(626, 13, LEFT_BUTTON, 0, "snapshot2"); pcoip_disconnect();