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2.2.2 Elements

The following table summarizes the set of common XML schema element definitions that are defined or used by this specification. XML schema elements that are specific to a particular command are described in the context of its associated command.

Element name

Description

AllowBluetooth (section 2.2.2.1)

Whether Bluetooth and hands-free profiles are allowed on the device.

AllowBrowser (section 2.2.2.2)

Whether the device allows the use of a web browser.

AllowCamera (section 2.2.2.3)

Whether the device allows the use of the built-in camera.

AllowConsumerEmail (section 2.2.2.4)

Whether the device allows the use of personal email.

AllowDesktopSync (section 2.2.2.5)

Whether the device allows synchronization with Desktop ActiveSync.

AllowHTMLEmail (section 2.2.2.6)

Whether the device uses HTML-formatted email.

AllowInternetSharing (section 2.2.2.7)

Whether the device allows the use of Internet Sharing.

AllowIrDA (section 2.2.2.8)

Whether the device allows the use of IrDA (infrared) connections.

AllowPOPIMAPEmail (section 2.2.2.9)

Whether the device allows access to POP/IMAP email.

AllowRemoteDesktop (section 2.2.2.10)

Whether the device allows the use of Remote Desktop.

AllowSimpleDevicePassword (section 2.2.2.11)

Whether the device allows simple passwords.

AllowSMIMEEncryptionAlgorithmNegotiation (section 2.2.2.12)

Whether the device can negotiate the encryption algorithm to be used for signing.

AllowSMIMESoftCerts (section 2.2.2.13)

Whether the device uses soft certificates to sign outgoing messages.

AllowStorageCard (section 2.2.2.14)

Whether the device allows the use of the storage card.

AllowTextMessaging (section 2.2.2.15)

Whether the device allows Short Message Service (SMS)/text messaging.

AllowUnsignedApplications (section 2.2.2.16)

Whether the device allows unsigned applications to execute.

AllowUnsignedInstallationPackages (section 2.2.2.17)

Whether the device allows unsigned cabinet (.cab) files to be installed.

AllowWiFi (section 2.2.2.18)

Whether the device allows the use of Wi-Fi connections.

AlphanumericDevicePasswordRequired (section 2.2.2.19)

Indicates whether a client device requires an alphanumeric password.

ApplicationName (section 2.2.2.20)

The name of an in-ROM application (.exe file) that is not approved for execution.

ApprovedApplicationList (section 2.2.2.21)

A list of in-RAM applications that are approved for execution.

AttachmentsEnabled (section 2.2.2.22)

Indicates whether email attachments are enabled.

Data (section 2.2.2.23)

The settings for a policy.

DevicePasswordEnabled (section 2.2.2.24)

Indicates whether a client device requires a password.

DevicePasswordExpiration (section 2.2.2.25)

Whether the password expires after the specified number of days, as determined by the policy.

DevicePasswordHistory (section 2.2.2.26)

The minimum number of previously used passwords the client device stores to prevent reuse.

EASProvisionDoc (section 2.2.2.27)

The collection of security settings for device provisioning.

Hash (section 2.2.2.28)

The SHA-1 hash of an in-memory application that is approved for execution.

MaxAttachmentSize (section 2.2.2.29)

The maximum attachment size, as determined by the security policy.

MaxCalendarAgeFilter (section 2.2.2.30)

The maximum number of calendar days that can be synchronized.

MaxDevicePasswordFailedAttempts (section 2.2.2.31)

The number of password failures that are permitted before the device is wiped.

MaxEmailAgeFilter (section 2.2.2.32)

The email age limit for synchronization.

MaxEmailBodyTruncationSize (section 2.2.2.33)

The truncation size for plain text–formatted email messages.

MaxEmailHTMLBodyTruncationSize (section 2.2.2.34)

The truncation size for HTML-formatted email messages.

MaxInactivityTimeDeviceLock (section 2.2.2.35)

The number of seconds of inactivity before the device locks itself.

MinDevicePasswordComplexCharacters (section 2.2.2.36)

The minimum number of complex characters (numbers and symbols) contained within the password.

MinDevicePasswordLength (section 2.2.2.37)

The minimum device password length that the user can enter.

PasswordRecoveryEnabled (section 2.2.2.38)

Indicates whether to enable a recovery password to be sent to the server by using the Settings command.

Policies (section 2.2.2.39)

A collection of security policies.

Policy (section 2.2.2.40)

A policy.

PolicyKey (section 2.2.2.41)

Used by the server to mark the state of policy settings on the client.

PolicyType (section 2.2.2.42)

Specifies the format in which the policy settings are to be provided.

Provision (section 2.2.2.43)

The capabilities and permissions for the device.

RemoteWipe (section 2.2.2.44)

Specifies either a remote wipe directive from the server or a client's confirmation of a remote wipe directive.

RequireDeviceEncryption (section 2.2.2.45)

Whether the device uses encryption.

RequireEncryptedSMIMEMessages (section 2.2.2.46)

Whether the device is required to send encrypted messages.

RequireEncryptionSMIMEAlgorithm (section 2.2.2.47)

The algorithm to be used when encrypting a message.

RequireManualSyncWhenRoaming (section 2.2.2.48)

Whether the device requires manual synchronization when the device is roaming.

RequireSignedSMIMEAlgorithm (section 2.2.2.49)

The algorithm to be used when signing a message.

RequireSignedSMIMEMessages (section 2.2.2.50)

Whether the device is required to send signed S/MIME messages.

RequireStorageCardEncryption (section 2.2.2.51)

Indicates whether the device has to encrypt content that is stored on the storage card.

settings:DeviceInformation (section 2.2.2.52)

Specifies the settings for the device in an initial Provisioning request.

Status (section 2.2.2.53)

Indicates success or failure of specific parts of a command.

UnapprovedInROMApplicationList (section 2.2.2.54)

A list of in-ROM applications that are not approved for execution.

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