msProvisionNetworks
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msProvisionNetworks method

Attempts to configure a connection profile (regular or Hotspot 2.0) using credentials specified in an XML document.

Syntax


HRESULT retVal = object.msProvisionNetworks(ProvisioningXML, Result);

Parameters

ProvisioningXML

Type: BSTR

An XML file containing the credentials to use for provisioning the network.

Result

Type: UINT

A value representing the results of the provisioning request

ValueMeaning
0

Success

1

General Failure Error

2

The schema of the XML document is not valid.

3

The XML document is not properly signed.

4

The signature is not valid.

5

The provisioning process was canceled.

6

A WiFi device could not be found.

7

A mobile broadband device is not present.

8

Multiple "not present" errors were detected.

 

Return value

Type: HRESULT

If this method succeeds, it returns S_OK. Otherwise, it returns an HRESULT error code.

Standards information

There are no standards that apply here.

Remarks

The XML document must conform to the following schema. For Hotspot 2.0 schema, click here.


<CarrierProvisioning xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/networking/CarrierControl/v1">
    <Global>
        <!-- Adjust the Susbscriber ID. -->
        <SubscriberId>1234567890</SubscriberId>
        <!-- Adjust the Issuer ID to fit your own ID.  -->
        <CarrierId>{11111111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111}</CarrierId>
    </Global>
    <MBNProfiles>
        <DefaultProfile xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/networking/CarrierControl/WWAN/v1">
            <!-- Adjust the profile name -->
            <Name>Contoso</Name>
            <!-- Adjust the home provider name for the given SIM/Device -->
            <HomeProviderName>Contoso</HomeProviderName>
            <Context>
                <!-- Adjust the access string to your APN. -->
                <AccessString>Contoso.Contoso</AccessString>
                <!-- Adjust the UserLogonCred to fit your UserLogonCred. -->
                <UserLogonCred>
                    <UserName>user</UserName>
                    <Password>password</Password>
                </UserLogonCred>
            </Context>
        </DefaultProfile>
    </MBNProfiles>
</CarrierProvisioning>

In addition, the XML document must be signed using XML-DSIG in conjunction with a digital signing EV certificate to be accepted as a valid provisioning document.

The msProvisionNetworks method was introduced in Internet Explorer 10 and is supported in Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.

Examples

The following example shows one way to call the msProvisionNetworks method.


var input = document.getElementById("inputProvXml");
var result = window.external.msProvisionNetworks(input.value);

See also

IShellUIHelper5

 

 

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