Handle of the owner window that the client should specify if it displays a dialog box or message box.
Value specifying the folder to retrieve the location of. This parameter can be one of the following values:
CSIDL_BITBUCKET Recycle bin ?file system directory containing file objects in the user's recycle bin. The location of this directory is not in the registry; it is marked with the hidden and system attributes to prevent the user from moving or deleting it.
CSIDL_CONTROLS Control Panel ?virtual folder containing icons for the control panel applications.
CSIDL_DESKTOP Windows desktop ?virtual folder at the root of the name space.
CSIDL_DESKTOPDIRECTORY File system directory used to physically store file objects on the desktop (not to be confused with the desktop folder itself).
CSIDL_DRIVES My Computer ?virtual folder containing everything on the local computer: storage devices, printers, and Control Panel. The folder may also contain mapped network drives.
CSIDL_FONTS Virtual folder containing fonts.
CSIDL_NETHOOD File system directory containing objects that appear in the network neighborhood.
CSIDL_NETWORK Network Neighborhood ?virtual folder representing the top level of the network hierarchy.
CSIDL_PERSONAL File system directory that serves as a common respository for documents.
CSIDL_PRINTERS Printers folder ?virtual folder containing installed printers.
CSIDL_PROGRAMS File system directory that contains the user's program groups (which are also file system directories).
CSIDL_RECENT File system directory that contains the user's most recently used documents.
CSIDL_SENDTO File system directory that contains Send To menu items.
CSIDL_STARTMENU File system directory containing Start menu items.
CSIDL_STARTUP File system directory that corresponds to the user's Startup program group.
CSIDL_TEMPLATES File system directory that serves as a common repository for document templates.
Address that receives a pointer to an item identifier list specifying the folder's location relative to the root of the name space (the desktop).
Returns NOERROR if successful or an OLE-defined error result otherwise.