Developing applications and scripts for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 can be done using a number of development languages and tools. Which one you use depends on the type of application you are writing. Large applications will likely be written in C# using the managed Configuration Manager 2007 libraries. VBScript is a good choice for scripting Configuration Manager.
This documentation provides examples in C#, VBScript and, where appropriate, C++.
|If you are programming with another .NET Framework language, use the C# examples for reference.|
The Configuration Manager SDK can be installed on Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with at least service pack one.
Visual Studio 2005 provides a suitable environment for developing Configuration Manager applications and scripts. For more information about Visual Studio hardware requirements, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=110322.
For information about development requirements, see Configuration Manager Client Development Requirements and Configuration Manager Server Development Requirements.
For information about runtime requirements, see Configuration Manager Client Runtime Requirements and Configuration Manager Server Runtime Requirements.
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