server environment variable
Specifies the name of the server environment variable to retrieve. It can be one of the following values. Variable Description
ALL_HTTP All HTTP headers sent by the client.
ALL_RAW Retrieves all headers in the raw-form. The difference between ALL_RAW and ALL_HTTP is that ALL_HTTP places an HTTP_ prefix before the header name and the header-name is always capitalized. In ALL_RAW the header name and values appear as they are sent by the client.
APPL_MD_PATH Retrieves the metabase path for the (WAM) Application for the ISAPI DLL.
APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH Retrieves the physical path corresponding to the metabase path. IIS converts the APPL_MD_PATH to the physical (directory) path to return this value.
AUTH_PASSWORD The value entered in the client's authentication dialog. This variable is only available if Basic authentication is used.
AUTH_TYPE The authentication method that the server uses to validate users when they attempt to access a protected script.
AUTH_USER Raw authenticated user name.
CERT_COOKIE Unique ID for client certificate, Returned as a string. Can be used as a signature for the whole client certificate.
CERT_FLAGS bit0 is set to 1 if the client certificate is present.
bit1 is set to 1 if the Certifying Authority of the client certificate is invalid (not in the list of recognized CA on the server).
CERT_ISSUER Issuer field of the client certificate (O=MS, OU=IAS, CN=user name, C=USA).
CERT_KEYSIZE Number of bits in Secure Sockets Layer connection key size. For example, 128.
CERT_SECRETKEYSIZE Number of bits in server certificate private key. For example, e.g. 1024.
CERT_SERIALNUMBER Serial number field of the client certificate.