CreateCCR Method in Class SMS_Collection

The CreateCCR Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) class method creates a client configuration request (CCR) for a particular resource.

The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) code and defines the method.

Syntax

SInt32 CreateCCR(  
     UInt32 ResourceID,  
     Boolean PushOnlyAssignedClients,  
     SInt32 ClientType,  
     Boolean Forced,  
     Boolean ForceReinstall,  
     Boolean PushEvenIfDC,  
     Boolean InformationOnly,  
     Boolean SpecifySiteCode,   
     String PushSiteCode)  

Parameters

ResourceID
Data type: UInt32

Qualifiers: [in]

ID of a member resource.

PushOnlyAssignedClients
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

This property is deprecated.

ClientType
This property is deprecated.

Forced
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

true to force installation. This defaults to false, if not specified. This is used for force reinstallation, even if the client is already installed. If set to true, the operating system will be ignored.

ForceReinstall
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

true to force reinstallation. The value defaults to false, if not specified.

PushEvenIfDC
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

true to push installation on a domain component. The value defaults to false, if not specified.

InformationOnly
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

true if the CCR is for information only. This parameter is only used to gather information from the client. The value defaults to false, if not specified.

SpecifySiteCode
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

SpecifySiteCode is used to control whether the PushSiteCode parameter is used. If SpecificySiteCode is set to true, PushSiteCode will be used. If SpecificySiteCode is not set to true, PushSiteCode will not be used.

PushSiteCode
Data type: Boolean

Qualifiers: [in, optional]

PushSiteCode defines which site will initiate the actual push. The specified site will push its client files to the client and do the actual installation.

Return Values

An SInt32 data type that is 0 to indicate success or non-zero to indicate failure.

For more information about handling returned errors, see About Configuration Manager Errors.

Requirements

Runtime Requirements

For more information, see Configuration Manager Server Runtime Requirements.

Development Requirements

For more information, see Configuration Manager Server Development Requirements.

See Also

SMS_Collection Server WMI Class
SMS_Site Server WMI Class