The SMS_EmbeddedProperty Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) class is an SMS Provider server class, in Configuration Manager, that represents a general-purpose embedded property used by the site control file to define the properties of a site control item.

The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) code and includes all inherited properties.

Class SMS_EmbeddedProperty
	 String ItemType;
	 String PropertyName;
	 UInt32 Value;
	 String Value1;
	 String Value2;


The SMS_EmbeddedProperty class does not define any methods.



Data type: StringAccess type: Read-onlyQualifiers: [key, read]Property token item, site control file.

Data type: StringAccess type: Read/WriteQualifiers: NoneName of the property. The name is case sensitive and might contain several words, such as "Startup Schedule". The default value is "".

Data type: UInt32Access type: Read/WriteQualifiers: NoneA numeric value if the property is numeric. The default value is 0.

Data type: StringAccess type: Read/WriteQualifiers: NoneA string value if the property is a string. The value is a registry data type if the property comes from the system registry. Otherwise, the value is the actual string for the property. The default value is "".

Data type: StringAccess type: Read/WriteQualifiers: NoneA value to indicate the string value of the property if Value1 indicates a REG_SZ registry data type. The default value is "".


Class qualifiers for this class include:

  • Embedded

For more information about both the class qualifiers and the property qualifiers included in the Properties section, see Configuration Manager Class and Property Qualifiers.

Some properties contain multiple property values and store values in both Value1 and Value2. Properties that contain multi-string registry data types use the SMS_Client_Reg_MultiString_List Server WMI Class.

There is no list that defines the properties for each site control item. Property names that contain the word "Reserved" cannot be modified.


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