Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 provides scriptable COM automation objects for managing Control Panel properties and commands in Configuration Manager 2007.
You can perform such tasks as:
- Run Configuration Manager client actions. For more information,
see How to Run a
Configuration Manager Client Action.
- View Configuration Manager client component information. For
more information, see How to View the
Configuration Manager Client Components
You access the Control Panel configuration objects in Configuration Manager through the CPAppletMgr object.
|The software distribution Control Panel properties are available, separately through UIResourceMgr. For more information, see Software Distribution Control Panel Automation.|
CPAppletMgr provides access to the following objects.
- IClientAction Client COM Automation Interface
- Exposes client actions on a client. Actions are tasks that the client performs, such as a Hardware Inventory Cycle or a Machine Policy Request and Evaluation Cycle.
- IClientActions Client COM Automation Interface
- Contains a collection of ClientAction objects.
- IClientComponent Client COM Automation Interface
- Provides information about the client Configuration Manager components
- IClientComponents Client COM Automation Interface
- Contains a collection of ClientComponent objects.
- IClientProperties Client COM Automation Interface
- Contains a collection of ClientProperty objects.
- IClientProperty Client COM Automation Interface
- Contains a single System property value for the client. These system properties contain data such as the site code, unique Configuration Manager Identifier, and IP address of the client.
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