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Configuration Service Provider Reference for Windows Mobile-Based Devices

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

Note   Access to Configuration Service Providers is determined by security roles. Because OEMs and Mobile Operators can selectively disallow access to Configuration Service Providers, ask them about the availability. For more information about roles, see Security Roles and Default Roles for Configuration Service Providers.
Configuration Service Provider Description Supported Platform Delivery Options
ACCESS Configuration Service Provider Specifies destination networks to which multiple connectivity objects and proxy or Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections can connect. It also specifies the URL domain mappings for each of these destination networks. SP, PPC OMA DM
APPLICATION Configuration Service Provider Supports the requirement for a Configuration Service Provider that supports each transport. OMA considers each transport to be an application, and requires a corresponding APPLICATION Configuration Service Provider. Supported transports include:
  • w2, for adding a new favorite.
  • w7, for bootstrapping a device with an OMA DM account.
  • 110, for POP3
  • 143, for IMAP
  • 25, for SMTP
SP, PPC w2: OMA CP, CPF

w7: OMA CP, CPF

110: OMA CP, CPF, OMA DM

143: OMA CP, CPF, OMA DM

25: OMA CP, CPF, OMA DM

Bluetooth Configuration Service Provider Configures the Bluetooth operation mode SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
BOOTSTRAP Configuration Service Provider Sets the TPS for the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
BrowserFavorite Configuration Service Provider Adds and removes URLs from the favorites list on a device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CertificateStore Configuration Service Provider Adds security certificates and role masks to the device's certificate store. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Clock Configuration Service Provider Sets the time and date on the device SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
CM_GPRSEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) entries on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_Mappings Configuration Service Provider Configures the URL mapping table. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_NetEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures additional network entries on the device — for example, Pass-through Connection network entries. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_Networks Configuration Service Provider Configures network connections on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_Planner Configuration Service Provider Configures the preferred connections for Connection Manager. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_PPPEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) entries on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_ProxyEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures proxy connections on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_VPNEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the Virtual Private Network (VPN) entries on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CM_WiFiEntries Configuration Service Provider Configures the wireless network (WiFi) entries on the device.
Note   Configuration Service Provider is deprecated and is supported for backward compatibility only. For Windows Mobile-based devices, use the Wi-Fi Configuration Service Provider instead.
SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
CMPLANNER Configuration Service Provider Configures the preferred connections for Connection Manager.
Note   This Configuration Service Provider is a proprietary extension of the OMA DM protocol, and must be used when provisioning devices using OMA DM. To provision devices using the OMA Client Provisioning (formerly WAP) protocol, use the CM_Planner Configuration Service Provider instead.
SP, PPC OMA DM
DevDetail Configuration Service Provider Handles the OMA Device Management DevDetail management object that contains device-specific parameters. SP, PPC OMA DM
DeviceInformation Configuration Service Provider Enables the server to query general device information, such as the OS version and usage of memory. SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
DevInfo Configuration Service Provider Handles the OMA DM DevInfo managed object. This managed object contains device information and is sent to the OMA DM server at the beginning of each OMA DM session. SP, PPC OMA DM
DMAcc Configuration Service Provider Handles the OMA DM DMAcc management object that stores the OMA DM server-specific settings. These settings are collectively referred to as an OMA DM account. The DMAcc node is common to all OMA DM accounts nodes SP, PPC OMA DM
EMAIL2 Configuration Service Provider Configures Internet Protocol e-mail services for the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
FileOperation Configuration Service Provider Manages files and directories on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
FwUpdate Configuration Service Provider Used in firmware update. Manages the URL of update packages and notifies the user of the new update by using the Download Agent UI. SP, PPC OMA DM
Home Configuration Service Provider Configures the Home screen on the device SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
LoaderRevocation Configuration Service Provider Used to to add, remove, and query certificate or binary hashes in the revocation list. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Locale Configuration Service Provider Configures regional settings on the device. SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Metabase Configuration Service Provider Used to add, modify, and remove entries from the metabase. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
NAP Configuration Service Provider Configures the data and cellular connections on the device. SP, PPC OMA DM
NAPDEF Configuration Service Provider Adds, modifies, and deletes WAP network access point definitions (NAPDEFs) and their settings. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
Obex Configuration Service Provider Configures the Obex server, which performs Bluetooth and infrared beaming SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
PROXY Configuration Service Provider Configures proxy networks. Each numbered proxy node configures a proxy connection. SP, PPC OMA DM
PXLOGICAL Configuration Service Provider Adds, removes, and modifies WAP logical and physical proxies. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
Registry Configuration Service Provider Configures the registry on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
ROMPackage Configuration Service Provider Used by the server to query the device ROM packages current version that is used by firmware update. SP, PPC OMA DM
SecurityPolicy Configuration Service Provider Configures the security policy settings of the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Sounds Configuration Service Provider Configures the sounds associated with various events on the device. SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
SpeedDial Configuration Service Provider Allows you to to populate the speed dial entries prior to end user delivery for Pocket PCs and Smartphones. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Sync Configuration Service Provider Configures the synchronization settings on the device. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM
Tapi Configuration Service Provider Configures the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) telephony settings on the device. SP OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
UnInstall Configuration Service Provider Removes applications from the device.
Note   Over the OMA DM protocol, you can only query applications that are installed on the device; you cannot uninstall an application.
SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API
VPN Configuration Service Provider Enables the server to remotely configure the Virtual Private Network (VPN) entries on the device. Users can use VPN to connect to a corporate network using an Internet. SP, PPC OMA DM
Wi-Fi Configuration Service Provider Configures or queries Wi-Fi settings. SP, PPC OMA CP, CPF, Remote API, OMA DM

See Also

Configuration Service Providers


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