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CPUStateString Property

Exchange Server 2003

The CPUStateString property specifies the current state of the CPU on the Microsoft Exchange server. The CPUStateString property is read-only.

Applies To

The CPUStateString property is a member of the ExchangeServerState Class.

Instance Path

The CPUStateString property appears on instances of the \\COMPUTERNAME\ROOT\cimv2\applications\exchange:ExchangeServerState class.

MOF Syntax

string CPUStateString;

Qualifiers

This property has no qualifiers.

Remarks

This is the same state information shown on the Monitoring and Status Properties page of the Exchange System Manager. The CPUStateString property is paired with the CPUState Property.

VBScript Example

The following example shows how to retrieve a list of ExchangeServerState instances, and how to retrieve the CPUStateString property.


'===============================================================
' Name:      ShowServerState_CPUStateString
' Purpose:   Display each ExchangeServerState found for the
'            Exchange server, and the CPUStateString
'            property on the ExchangeServerState instances.
' Input:     strComputerName [string] the computer to access
' Output:    Displays the name of each ExchangeServerState and
'            CPUStateString property.
'===============================================================
Public Sub ShowServerState_CPUStateString ( strComputerName )

Const cWMINameSpace = "root/cimv2/applications/exchange"
Const cWMIInstance = "ExchangeServerState"

Dim strWinMgmts              ' Connection string for WMI
Dim objWMIExchange           ' Exchange Namespace WMI object
Dim listServerStates         ' ExchangeServerState collection
Dim objExchangeServerState   ' A single ExchangeServerState object

' Create the object string, indicating WMI (winmgmts), using the
' current user credentials (impersonationLevel=impersonate),
' on the computer passed to the function in strComputerName, and
' using the CIM namespace for the ExchangeServerState provider.
strWinMgmts = "winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!//" & _
   strComputerName & "/" & cWMINameSpace
'
' Get an object using the string you just created.
Set objWMIExchange =  GetObject(strWinMgmts)
'
' The current state of each Exchange server is
' represented by an ExchangeServerState instance
' within the Exchange namespace.
Set listServerStates = objWMIExchange.InstancesOf(cWMIInstance)
'
' Were any ExchangeServerState instances returned?
if (listServerStates.count > 0) then
  ' If yes, do the following:
  ' Iterate through the list of ExchangeServerState objects.
  For each objExchangeServerState in listServerStates
     '
     ' Display the value of the Name property.
     WScript.echo "Name = [" & _
       TypeName(objExchangeServerState.Name) & "] " & _
      objExchangeServerState.Name
     '
     ' Display the value of the CPUStateString property.
     WScript.echo "    CPUStateString = " & _
      "[" & TypeName(objExchangeServerState.CPUStateString) & "] " & _
       objExchangeServerState.CPUStateString
     '
     '
     ' Move to the next ExchangeServerState.
  Next
else
  ' If no ExchangeServerState instances were returned,
  ' display that.
  WScript.Echo "No ExchangeServerState instances were returned."
end if
end Sub

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