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MSFT_CWAServerSetting class

 
Communications Server 2007 Server SDK Documentation

MSFT_CWAServerSetting

Identifies the TLS certificate information and activation state for a Communicator Web Access (CWA) server.

The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) code and includes all inherited properties. Properties are listed in alphabetic order, not MOF order.

class MSFT_CWAServerSetting
{
  boolean Activated;
  [key] string Name;
  uint8[] TLSCertIssuer;
  uint8[] TLSCertSN;
};

Methods

This class does not define any methods.

Properties

The MSFT_CWAServerSetting class has the following properties.

Activated
Data type: boolean

Access type: Read/Write

Optional. If true, the server is activated.

The default value is true.

Name
Data type: [key] string

Access type: Read/Write

Required. A unique name for this set of CWA Server settings information.

The maximum length of the string is 256 characters.

TLSCertIssuer
Data type: uint8[]

Access type: Read/Write

Optional. A byte array representing the TLS certificate authority that issued the certificate.

TLSCertSN
Data type: uint8[]

Access type: Read/Write

Optional. A byte array representing the serial number of the TLS certificate.

Remarks

This class gets and sets information at the following level(s): WMI.

Only one instance of this class can be present.

Instances of this class support the following interface methods:

  • Provider::DeleteInstance();
  • Provider::EnumerateInstances();
  • Provider::GetObject();
  • Provider::PutInstance();

    Where PutInstance() supports the following flag(s):

    • WBEM_FLAG_CREATE_ONLY
    • WBEM_FLAG_UPDATE_ONLY
    • WBEM_FLAG_CREATE_OR_UPDATE

Requirements

Server: Installed on computers serving the following role(s): Communicator Web Access Server.
Namespace: Defined in \root\cimv2.

See Also

Communications Server WMI Reference

  
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