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MSFT_SIPGlobalUCSetting class

 
Communications Server 2007 Server SDK Documentation

MSFT_SIPGlobalUCSetting

Specifies the Enterprise Voice policy that is globally enforced when participating in a unified communications session.

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_SIPGlobalUCSetting
{
  [key] string InstanceID;
  string UCPolicy;
  boolean UsePerUserUCPolicy;
};

Methods

This class does not define any methods.

Properties

The MSFT_SIPGlobalUCSetting class has the following properties.

InstanceID
Data type: [key] string

Access type: Read-only

Required. A GUID value that uniquely identifies an instance of this class.

The GUID must be encapsulated between the "{" and "}" braces; for example: "{01234567-0123-4567-89AB-CDEF01234567}".

UCPolicy
Data type: string

Access type: Read/Write

Required. Specifies the distinguished name of the global UC policy being enforced.

The value of this property is not case-sensitive.

UsePerUserUCPolicy
Data type: boolean

Access type: Read/Write

Required. Specifies whether to apply the UC policy globally to all users, or to specific users on an individual basis.

If false, the UC policy is applied globally. If true, the UC policy is applied only to individually specified users.

The default value is false.

Remarks

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

Only one instance of this class can be present in the forest.

Instances of this class support the following interface methods:

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

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

    • WBEM_FLAG_UPDATE_ONLY

Requirements

Server: Installed on computers serving the following role(s): Administrative Tools Server, Front End Server.
Namespace: Defined in \root\cimv2.

See Also

Communications Server WMI Reference

  
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