MSFT_SIPRgsGroupOrderData (New)

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Specifies the global order of agent groups. The global order determines the order in which the Response Group Service searches agent groups for an available agent.

The properties in the MSFT_SIPRgsGroupOrderData class do not map directly to the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Administration Tool.


The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) code and includes all inherited properties. Properties are listed in alphabetic order, not MOF order.


class MSFT_SIPRgsGroupOrderData
  [key] string Backend;
  string[] GroupOrder;
  [key] string InstanceId;


This class does not define any methods.


The MSFT_SIPRgsGroupOrderData class has the following properties.

  • Backend
    Data type: [key] string

    Access type: Read-only

    Required: When accessing data from any role that belongs to a pool.

    This property identifies the instance of SQL Server that manages the back-end database for Office Communications Server.

    The value for this property depends on the topology of Office Communications Server.



    Standard Edition


    Enterprise Edition

    (consolidated or expanded configuration)




    For Enterprise Edition, computername identifies either the FQDN or the NetBIOS name of the host computer for SQL Server and instancename identifies a named instance of SQL Server on the host computer. The value computername by itself specifies the default instance of SQL Server on the host computer.

  • GroupOrder
    Data type: string[]

    Access type: Read/Write

    Optional. A string array of agent group IDs.

    The value of this property is not case-sensitive.

  • InstanceId
    Data type: [key] string

    Access type: Read-only

    Required. A GUID value that uniquely identifies an instance of this class.

    The GUID must be encapsulated between the "{" and "}" braces; for example: "{01234567-0123-4567-89AB-CDEF01234567}".


This class gets and sets information at the following level: SQL.

This is a singleton class in the pool, so only one instance of the class can be present in the pool.

Instances of this class support the following interface methods:

  • Provider::EnumerateInstances();

  • Provider::GetObject();

  • Provider::PutInstance();

    Where PutInstance() supports the following flags:





Server: Installed on computers serving the following roles: Administrative Tools Server, Application Host, and Web Components Server.

Namespace: Defined in \root\cimv2.

See Also


Office Communications Server WMI Reference