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Configuration Service Provider Reference for Windows Mobile Devices

The following table lists the Configuration Service Providers that are available for Windows Mobile-based devices.

Configuration Service Provider Description Available for Smartphone Available for Pocket PC
Bluetooth Configuration Service Provider Configures the Bluetooth operation mode. Yes No
BOOTSTRAP Configuration Service Provider Sets the TPS for the device. Yes Yes
BrowserFavorite Configuration Service Provider Adds and removes URLs from the favorites list on a device. Yes Yes
CertificateStore Configuration Service Provider Adds security certificates and role masks to the device's certificate store. Yes Yes
Clock Configuration Service Provider Sets the time and date on the device. Yes No
CM_GPRSEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) entries on the device. Yes Yes
CM_Mappings Configuration Service Provider Configures the URL mapping table. Yes Yes
CM_NetEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures additional network entries on the device — for example, Pass-through Connection network entries. Yes Yes
CM_Networks Configuration Service Provider Configures network connections on the device. Yes Yes
CM_Planner Configuration Service Provider Configures the preferred connections for Connection Manager. Yes Yes
CM_PPPEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) entries on the device. Yes Yes
CM_ProxyEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures proxy connections on the device. Yes Yes
CM_VPNEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the Virtual Private Network (VPN) entries on the device. Yes Yes
CM_WiFiEntries Configuration Service Provider (PPC Only) Configures the wireless network (WiFi) entries on the device. No Yes
EMAIL Configuration Service Provider Configures Internet Protocol e-mail services for Windows Mobile 2002-based devices. Yes Yes
EMAIL2 Configuration Service Provider Configures Internet Protocol e-mail services for the device. Yes Yes
FileOperation Configuration Service Provider Manages files and directories on the device. Yes No
Home Configuration Service Provider Configures the Home screen on the device. Yes No
LoaderRevocation Configuration Service Provider Used to to add, remove, and query certificate or binary hashes in the revocation list. Yes No
Locale Configuration Service Provider Configures regional settings on the device. Yes No
Metabase Configuration Service Provider Used to add, modify, and remove entries from the metabase. Yes Yes
NAPDEF Configuration Service Provider Adds, modifies, and deletes WAP network access point definitions (NAPDEFs) and their settings. Yes Yes
Obex Configuration Service Provider Configures the Obex server, which performs Bluetooth and infrared beaming. Yes No
PXLOGICAL Configuration Service Provider Adds, removes, and modifies WAP logical and physical proxies. Yes Yes
Registry Configuration Service Provider Configures the registry on the device. Yes Yes
SecurityPolicy Configuration Service Provider Configures the security policy settings of the device. Yes Yes
Sounds Configuration Service Provider Configures the sounds associated with various events on the device. Yes No
Sync Configuration Service Provider Configures the synchronization settings on the device. Yes Yes
TAPI Configuration Service Configures the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) telephony settings on the device. Yes No
UnInstall Configuration Service Provider Removes applications from the device. Yes No
Note Access to this Configuration Service Provider is determined by Security roles. Because OEMs and Mobile Operators can selectively disallow access, ask them about the availability of this Configuration Service Provider. For more information, see Security Roles.

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Configuration Service Providers


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