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CM_Networks Configuration Service Provider

Windows Mobile 6.5
4/8/2010

The CM_Networks Configuration Service Provider configures metanetworks, destination networks to which multiple connectivity objects and proxy or Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections can connect.

This Configuration Service Provider is configured with the following four metanetworks by default:

  • The Internet
  • Work (Corporate Network)
  • WAP Network
  • Secure WAP Network

Each metanetwork contains an associated GUID that identifies the metanetwork inside other connection service providers.

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This Configuration Service Provider is managed over the OMA Client Provisioning (formerly WAP Client Provisioning) protocol. To provision devices using the OMA DM protocol, use the ACCESS Configuration Service Provider instead. 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 about roles, see Security Roles and Default Roles for Configuration Service Providers.

The following image shows the Configuration Service Provider in tree format as used by OMA Client Provisioning.

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<NetworkName>

User-friendly, unique network name. Some possible networks are The Internet, My Corporate Network, WAP Network, Secure WAP Network, and CurrentDTPTNetwork.

Desc.<langid>

This parameter is used in the <NetworkName> characteristic. A tag in the format of Desc.<langid> will be used as the language-specific identifier for that network. For example, the field <parm name="Desc.0409" value="The Internet" /> will force "The Internet" to be displayed on the user interface (UI) to represent this connection when the device is set to English language (language ID 0409).

You can provision descriptions for multiple languages. The operating system automatically switches among these languages if the user changes language preferences on the device. If a "no Desc" tag is provisioned for a specific language, the system defaults to the value specified in the <NetworkName> tag.

The following table shows the default settings.

Permissions

Read/Write

Semantic Type

Invisible

Roles allowed to query and update setting

Manager

AuthenticatedUser

DestID

This parameter is used in the <NetworkName> characteristic as a globally unique identifier (GUID) that represents the unique ID of the network to which it may be connected. For predefined GUID values IID_DestNet*, which are preprovisioned, see the connmgr.h header file.

The following table shows the default settings.

Permissions

Read/Write

Data type

String

Label

Connects to

Roles allowed to query and update setting

Manager

AuthenticatedUser

ReadOnly

This parameter is used in the <entryname> characteristic and determines whether users are able to modify network settings. Permitted values are 0 for false and 1 for true. If the value is set to 1, users will be able to view, but not change, the network settings on the device.

The following table shows the default settings.

Permissions

Read/Write

Data type

Boolean

Roles allowed to query and update setting

Manager

Operator TPS

The following table shows the Microsoft custom elements that this Configuration Service Provider supports for OMA Client Provisioning.

Elements Available

noparm

No

nocharacteristic

Yes

characteristic-query

Yes

parm-query

Yes

Use these elements to build standard OMA Client Provisioning configuration XML. For information about specific elements, see MSPROV DTD Elements. For general examples of how to use the Microsoft custom elements, see OMA Client Provisioning XML File Examples.

For information about OMA Client Provisioning, see OMA Client Provisioning Files.

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