DMClient CSP

The DMClient configuration service provider (CSP) has more enterprise-specific mobile device management (MDM) configuration settings. These settings identify the device in the enterprise domain, include security mitigation for certificate renewal, and are used for server-triggered enterprise unenrollment.

The following information shows the DMClient CSP in tree format.

./Vendor/MSFT
DMClient
----Provider
--------ProviderID
------------EntDeviceName
------------ExchangeID
------------EntDMID
------------SignedEntDMID
------------CertRenewTimeStamp
------------PublisherDeviceID
------------ManagementServiceAddress
------------UPN
------------HelpPhoneNumber
------------HelpWebsite
------------HelpEmailAddress
------------RequireMessageSigning
------------SyncApplicationVersion
------------MaxSyncApplicationVersion
------------Unenroll
------------AADResourceID
------------AADDeviceID
------------EnrollmentType
------------EnableOmaDmKeepAliveMessage
------------HWDevID
------------ManagementServerAddressList
------------CommercialID
------------ConfigLock
----------------Lock
----------------UnlockDuration
----------------SecureCore
------------Push
----------------PFN
----------------ChannelURI
----------------Status
------------Poll
----------------IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries
----------------NumberOfFirstRetries
----------------IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries
----------------NumberOfSecondRetries
----------------IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries
----------------NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries
----------------PollOnLogin
----------------AllUsersPollOnFirstLogin
----Unenroll
----UpdateManagementServiceAddress

./Vendor/MSFT
All the nodes in this CSP are supported in the device context, except for the ExchangeID node, which is supported in the user context. For the device context, use the ./Device/Vendor/MSFT path and for the user context, use the ./User/Vendor/MSFT path.

DMClient
Root node for the CSP.

UpdateManagementServiceAddress
For provisioning packages only. Specifies the list of servers (semicolon delimited). The first server in the semicolon-delimited list is the server that will be used to instantiate MDM sessions. The list can be a permutation or a subset of the existing server list. You can't add new servers to the list using this node.

HWDevID
Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Returns the hardware device ID.

Supported operation is Get. Value type is string.

Provider
Required. The root node for all settings that belong to a single management server. Scope is permanent.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID
Required. This node contains the URI-encoded value of the bootstrapped device management account’s Provider ID. Scope is dynamic. This value is set and controlled by the MDM provider. As a best practice, use text that doesn’t require XML/URI escaping.

Supported operations are Get and Add.

Provider/ProviderID/EntDeviceName
Optional. Character string that contains the user-friendly device name used by the IT admin console. The value is set during the enrollment process using the DMClient CSP. You can retrieve it later during an OMA DM session.

Supported operations are Get and Add.

Provider/ProviderID/EntDMID
Optional. Character string that contains the unique enterprise device ID. The value is set by the management server during the enrollment process using the DMClient CSP. You can retrieve it later during an OMA DM session.

Supported operations are Get and Add.

Note

Although hardware device IDs are guaranteed to be unique, there's a concern that this isn't ultimately enforceable during a DM session. The device ID could be changed through the w7 APPLICATION CSP’s USEHWDEVID parm by another management server. So during enterprise bootstrap and enrollment, a new device ID is specified by the enterprise server. This node is required and must be set by the server before the client certificate renewal is triggered.

Provider/ProviderID/ExchangeID
Optional. Character string that contains the unique Exchange device ID used by the Outlook account of the user the session is running against. The enterprise management server can correlate and merge records for:

  • A device that's managed by Exchange.
  • A device that's natively managed by a dedicated management server.

Note

In some cases for the desktop, this node will return "not found" until the user sets up their email.

Supported operation is Get.

The following XML is a Get command example:

<Get>
   <CmdID>12</CmdID>
   <Item>
      <Target>
         <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/DMClient/Provider/<ProviderID>/ExchangeID</LocURI>
      </Target>
   </Item>
</Get>

Provider/ProviderID/SignedEntDMID
Optional. Character string that contains the device ID. This node and the nodes CertRenewTimeStamp can be used by the MDM provider to verify client identity to update the registration record after the device certificate is renewed. The device signs the EntDMID with the old client certificate during the certificate renewal process and saves the signature locally.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/CertRenewTimeStamp
Optional. The time in OMA DM standard time format. This node is designed to reduce the risk of the certificate being used by another device. The device records the time that the new certificate was created.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/ManagementServiceAddress
Required. The character string that contains the device management server address. It can be updated during an OMA DM session by the management server. It allows the server to load balance to another server when too many devices are connected to the server.

Note

When the ManagementServerAddressList value is set, the device ignores the value.

The DMClient CSP will save the address to the same location as the w7 and DMS CSPs. The save ensures the management client has a single place to retrieve the current server address. The initial value for this node is the same server address value as bootstrapped using the w7 APPLICATION configuration service provider.

Starting in Windows 10, version 1511, this node supports multiple server addresses in the format <URL1><URL2><URL3>. If there's only a single URL, then the <> aren't required. This feature is supported on Windows client devices.

During a DM session, the device will use the first address on the list and then keep going down the list until a successful connection is achieved. The DM client should cache the successfully connected server URL for the next session.

Supported operations are Add, Get, and Replace.

Provider/ProviderID/UPN
Optional. Allows the management server to update the User Principal Name (UPN) of the enrolled user. This information is useful when the user email address changes in the identity system. Or, when the user enters an invalid UPN during enrollment, and fixes the UPN during federated enrollment. The UPN will be recorded and the UX will reflect the updated UPN.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

Provider/ProviderID/HelpPhoneNumber
Optional. The character string that allows the user experience to include a customized help phone number. Users can see this information if they need help or support.

Supported operations are Get, Replace, and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/HelpWebsite
Optional. The character string that allows the user experience to include a customized help website. Users can see this information if they need help or support.

Supported operations are Get, Replace, and Delete

Provider/ProviderID/HelpEmailAddress
Optional. The character string that allows the user experience to include a customized help email address. Users can see this information if they need help or support.

Supported operations are Get, Replace, and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/RequireMessageSigning
Boolean type. Primarily used for SSL bridging mode where firewalls and proxies are deployed and where device client identity is required. When enabled, every SyncML message from the device will carry an additional HTTP header named MDM-Signature. This header contains BASE64-encoded Cryptographic Message Syntax using a Detached Signature of the complete SyncML message SHA-2 (inclusive of the SyncHdr and SyncBody). Signing is performed using the private key of the management session certificate that was enrolled as part of the enrollment process. The device public key and PKCS9 UTC signing time stamp are included in the authenticated attributes in the signature.

Default value is false, where the device management client doesn't include authentication information in the management session HTTP header. Optionally set to true, where the client authentication information is provided in the management session HTTP header.

When enabled, the MDM provider should:

  • Validate the signature and the timestamp using the device identify certificate enrolled as part of Mobile Device Enrollment protocol (MS-MDE).
  • Ensure the certificate and time are valid.
  • Verify that the signature is trusted by the MDM provider.

Supported operations are Get, Replace, and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/SyncApplicationVersion
Optional. Used by the management server to set the DM session version that the server and device should use. Default is 1.0. In Windows 10, the DM session protocol version of the client is 2.0. If the server is updated to support 2.0, then you should set this value to 2.0. In the next session, check to see if there's a client behavior change between 1.0 and 2.0.

Note

This node is only supported in Windows 10 and later.

Once you set the value to 2.0, it won't go back to 1.0.

Supported operations are Get, Replace, and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/MaxSyncApplicationVersion
Optional. Used by the client to indicate the latest DM session version that it supports. Default is 2.0.

When you query this node, a Windows 10 client will return 2.0 and a Windows 8.1 client will return an error code (404 node not found).

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/AADResourceID
Optional. This ResourceID is used when requesting the user token from the OMA DM session for Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) enrollments (Azure AD Join or Add Accounts). The token is audience-specific, which allows for different service principals (enrollment vs. device management). It can be an application ID or the endpoint that you're trying to access.

For more information about Azure AD enrollment, see Azure Active Directory integration with MDM.

Provider/ProviderID/EnableOmaDmKeepAliveMessage
Added in Windows 10, version 1511. A boolean value that specifies whether the DM client should send out a request pending alert in case the device response to a DM request is too slow.

When the server sends a configuration request, the client can take longer than the HTTP timeout to get all information together. The session might end unexpectedly because of the timeout. By default, the MDM client doesn't send an alert that a DM request is pending.

To work around the timeout, you can use this setting to keep the session alive by sending a heartbeat message back to the server. Send a SyncML message with a specific device alert element in the body until the client can respond back to the server with the requested information.

Here's an example of DM message sent by the device when it's in pending state:

<SyncML xmlns="SYNCML:SYNCML1.2">
  <SyncHdr>
<VerDTD>1.2</VerDTD>
        <VerProto>DM/1.2</VerProto>
        <SessionID>10</SessionID>
        <MsgID>2</MsgID>
      <Target>
         <LocURI>https://www.contoso.com/mgmt-server</LocURI>
      </Target>
      <Source>
         <LocURI>{unique device ID}</LocURI>
      </Source>
  </SyncHdr>
  <SyncBody>
<Alert>
    <CmdID>2</CmdID>
    <Data>1224</Data> 
    <Item>
        <Meta>
            <Type xmlns="syncml:metinf">Reversed-Domain-Name:com.microsoft.mdm.requestpending</Type>
        </Meta>
        <Data>1</Data>
    </Item>
</Alert>
  </SyncBody>
</SyncML>

Provider/ProviderID/AADDeviceID
Added in Windows 10, version 1607. Returns the device ID for the Azure AD device registration.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/EnrollmentType
Added in Windows 10, version 1607. Returns the enrollment type (Device or Full).

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/HWDevID
Added in Windows 10, version 1607. Returns the hardware device ID.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/CommercialID
Added in Windows 10, version 1607. It configures the identifier that uniquely associates the device's diagnostic data belonging to the organization. If your organization is participating in a program that requires this device to be identified as belonging to your organization, then use this setting to provide that identification. The value for this setting is provided by Microsoft in the onboarding process for the program. If you disable or don't configure this policy setting, then Microsoft can't use this identifier to associate this machine and its diagnostic data with your organization.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Replace, and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/ManagementServerAddressList
Added in Windows 10, version 1607. The list of management server URLs in the format <URL1><URL2><URL3>, and so on. If there's only one, the angle brackets (<>) aren't required.

Note

The < and > should be escaped.

   <Replace>
       <CmdID>101</CmdID>
       <Item>
           <Target>
               <LocURI>
                  ./Vendor/MSFT/DMClient/Provider/<ProviderID>/ManagementServerAddressList
               </LocURI>
           </Target>
           <Data>&lt;https://server1&gt;&lt;https:// server2&gt; </Data>
       </Item>
   </Replace>

If ManagementServerAddressList node is set, the device will only use the server URL configured in this node and ignore the ManagementServiceAddress value.

When the server isn't responding after a specified number of retries, the device tries to use the next server URL in the list. It keeps trying until it gets a successful connection. After the server list is updated, the client uses the updated list at the next session starting with the first one in the list.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/ManagementServerToUpgradeTo
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Specify the Discovery server URL of the MDM provider to upgrade to for a Mobile Application Management (MAM) enrolled device.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/NumberOfDaysAfterLostContactToUnenroll
Optional. Number of days after last successful sync to unenroll.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is integer.

Provider/ProviderID/AADSendDeviceToken

Device. Added in Windows 10 version 1803. For Azure AD backed enrollments, this feature will cause the client to send a Device Token if the User Token can't be obtained.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is bool.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll
Optional. Polling schedules must use the DMClient CSP. The Registry paths previously associated with polling using the Registry CSP are now deprecated.

Supported operations are Get and Add.

There are three schedules managed under the Poll node. They enable a rich polling schedule experience to provide greater flexibility in managing the way devices poll the management server. There are various ways that polling schedules may be set. If an invalid polling configuration is set, the device will correct or remove the schedules to restore the polling schedules back to a valid configuration.

If there's no infinite schedule set, then a 24-hour schedule is created and scheduled to launch in the maintenance window.

Valid poll schedule: sigmoid polling schedule with infinite schedule (Recommended).

Schedule name Schedule set by the server Actual value queried on device
IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries 15 15
NumberOfFirstRetries 5 5
IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries 60 60
NumberOfSecondRetries 10 10
IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries 1440 1440
NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0

Valid poll schedule: initial enrollment only [no infinite schedule]

Schedule name Schedule set by the server Actual value queried on device
IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries 15 15
NumberOfFirstRetries 5 5
IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries 60 60
NumberOfSecondRetries 10 10
IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0
NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0

Invalid poll schedule: disable all poll schedules

Note

Disabling poll schedules results in UNDEFINED behavior and enrollment may fail if poll schedules are all set to zero.

Schedule name Schedule set by the server Actual value queried on device
IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries 0 0
NumberOfFirstRetries 0 0
IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries 0 0
NumberOfSecondRetries 0 0
IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0
NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0

Invalid poll schedule: two infinite schedules

Schedule name Schedule set by server Actual schedule set on device Actual experience
IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries 15 15 Device polls
NumberOfFirstRetries 5 5 Device polls
IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries 1440 1440 Device polls the server once in 24 hours
NumberOfSecondRetries 0 0 Device polls the server once in 24 hours
IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries 1440 0 Third schedule is disabled
NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries 0 0 Third schedule is disabled

If the device was previously enrolled in MDM with polling schedule configured using the registry key values directly, the MDM provider that supports using DMClient CSP to update polling schedule must first send an Add command to add a ./Vendor/MSFT/DMClient/Enrollment/<ProviderID>/Poll node before it sends a Get/Replace command to query or update polling parameters using the DMClient CSP

When using the DMClient CSP to configure polling schedule parameters, the server must not set all six polling parameters to 0, or set all three number of retry nodes to 0. It will cause a configuration failure.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries
Optional. The waiting time (in minutes) for the initial set of retries, which is the number of retries in /<ProviderID>/Poll/NumberOfFirstRetries. If IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries isn't set, then the default value is used. The default value is 15. If the value is set to 0, this schedule is disabled.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\AuxRetryInterval path that previously used the Registry CSP.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/NumberOfFirstRetries
Optional. The number of times the DM client should retry to connect to the server when the client is initially configured or enrolled to communicate with the server. If the value is set to 0 and the IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries value isn't 0, then the schedule will be set to repeat an infinite number of times and second set and this set of schedule won't set in this case. The default value is 10.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The NumberOfFirstRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\AuxNumRetries path that previously used the Registry CSP.

The first set of retries gives the management server some buffered time to be ready to send policy and setting configurations to the device. The total time for first set of retries shouldn't be more than a few hours. The server shouldn't set NumberOfFirstRetries to 0. RemainingScheduledRetries is used for the long run device polling schedule.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries
Optional. The waiting time (in minutes) for the second set of retries, which is the number of retries in /<ProviderID>/Poll/NumberOfSecondRetries. Default value is 0. If this value is set to zero, then this schedule is disabled.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\RetryInterval path that previously used the Registry CSP.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/NumberOfSecondRetries
Optional. The number of times the DM client should retry a second round of connecting to the server when the client is initially configured/enrolled to communicate with the server. Default value is 0. If the value is set to 0 and IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries isn't set to 0 AND the first set of retries isn't set as infinite retries, then the schedule repeats an infinite number of times. However, if the first set of retries is set at infinite, then this schedule is disabled.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The NumberOfSecondRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\NumRetries path that previously used the Registry CSP.

The second set of retries is also optional and temporarily retries that the total duration should be last for more than a day. And the IntervalForSecondSetOfRetries should be longer than IntervalForFirstSetOfRetries. RemainingScheduledRetries is used for the long run device polling schedule.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries
Optional. The waiting time (in minutes) for the initial set of retries, which is the number of retries in /<ProviderID>/Poll/NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries. Default value is 0. If IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries is set to 0, then this schedule is disabled.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\Aux2RetryInterval path that previously used the Registry CSP.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries
Optional. The number of times the DM client should retry connecting to the server when the client is initially configured/enrolled to communicate with the server. Default value is 0. If the value is set to 0 and IntervalForRemainingScheduledRetries AND the first and second set of retries aren't set as infinite retries, then the schedule will be set to repeat for an infinite number of times. However, if either or both of the first and second set of retries are set as infinite, then this schedule will be disabled.

Supported operations are Get and Replace.

The NumberOfRemainingScheduledRetries replaces the deprecated HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Enrollment\OmaDmRetry\Aux2NumRetries path that previously used the Registry CSP.

The RemainingScheduledRetries is used for the long run device polling schedule.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/PollOnLogin
Optional. Boolean value that allows the IT admin to require the device to start a management session on any user login, even if the user has previously logged in. Login isn't the same as device unlock. Default value is false, where polling is disabled on first login. Supported values are true or false.

Supported operations are Add, Get, and Replace.

Provider/ProviderID/Poll/AllUsersPollOnFirstLogin
Optional. Boolean value that allows the IT admin to require the device to start a management session on first user login for all NT users. A session is only kicked off the first time a user logs in to the system. Later sign-ins won't trigger an MDM session. Login isn't the same as device unlock. Default value is false, where polling is disabled on first login. Supported values are true or false.

Supported operations are Add, Get, and Replace.

Provider/ProviderID/ConfigLock

Optional. This node enables Config Lock feature. If enabled, policies defined in the Config Lock document will be monitored and quickly remediated when a configuration drift is detected.

Default = Locked

Note

If the device isn't a Secured-core PC, then this feature won't work. To know more, see Secured-core PC.

Provider/ProviderID/ConfigLock/Lock

The supported values for this node are 0-unlock, 1-lock.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get.

Provider/ProviderID/ConfigLock/UnlockDuration

The supported values for this node are 1 to 480 (in min).

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get.

Provider/ProviderID/ConfigLock/SecureCore

The supported values for this node are false or true.

Supported operation is Get only.

Provider/ProviderID/Push
Optional. Not configurable during WAP Provisioning XML. If removed, DM sessions triggered by Push will no longer be supported.

Supported operations are Add and Delete.

Provider/ProviderID/Push/PFN
Required. A string provided by the Windows 10 ecosystem for an MDM solution. Used to register a device for Push Notifications. The server must use the same PFN as the devices it's managing.

Supported operations are Add, Get, and Replace.

Provider/ProviderID/Push/ChannelURI
Required. A string that contains the channel that the WNS client has negotiated for the OMA DM client on the device, based on the PFN that was provided. If no valid PFN is currently set, ChannelURI will return null.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/Push/Status
Required. An integer that maps to a known error state or condition on the system.

Supported operation is Get.

The status error mapping is listed below.

Status Description
0 Success
1 Failure: invalid PFN
2 Failure: invalid or expired device authentication with MSA
3 Failure: WNS client registration failed due to an invalid or revoked PFN
4 Failure: no Channel URI assigned
5 Failure: Channel URI has expired
6 Failure: Channel URI failed to be revoked
7 Failure: push notification received, but unable to establish an OMA-DM session due to power or connectivity limitations.
8 Unknown error

Provider/ProviderID/CustomEnrollmentCompletePage
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, and Get.

Provider/ProviderID/CustomEnrollmentCompletePage/Title
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Specifies the title of the all done page that appears at the end of the MDM enrollment flow.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/CustomEnrollmentCompletePage/BodyText
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Specifies the body text of the all done page that appears at the end of the MDM enrollment flow.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/CustomEnrollmentCompletePage/HyperlinkHref
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Specifies the URL that's shown at the end of the MDM enrollment flow.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/CustomEnrollmentCompletePage/HyperlinkText
Optional. Added in Windows 10, version 1703. Specifies the display text for the URL that's shown at the end of the MDM enrollment flow.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus
Optional node. Added in Windows 10, version 1709.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedPolicies
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to policies the management service provider expects to configure, delimited by the character L"\xF000" (the CSP_LIST_DELIMITER).

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedNetworkProfiles
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to Wi-Fi profiles and VPN profiles the management service provider expects to configure, delimited by the character L"\xF000".

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedMSIAppPackages
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to App Packages the management service provider expects to configure using the EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement CSP, delimited by the character L"\xF000". The LocURI will be followed by a semicolon and a number, representing the number of apps included in the App Package. We won't verify that number. For example, ./User/Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement/MSI/ProductID1/Status;4"\xF000" ./User/Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement/MSI/ProductID2/Status;2 This represents App Package ProductID1 containing four apps, and ProductID2 containing two apps.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedModernAppPackages
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to App Packages the management service provider expects to configure using the EnterpriseModernAppManagement CSP, delimited by the character L"\xF000". The LocURI will be followed by a semicolon and a number, representing the number of apps included in the App Package. We won't verify that number. For example,

./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseModernAppManagement/AppManagement/AppStore/PackageFamilyName/PackageFullName/Name;4"\xF000" 
./Vendor/MSFT/EnterpriseModernAppManagement/AppManagement/AppStore/PackageFamilyName/PackageFullName2/Name;2

This syntax represents App Package PackageFullName containing four apps, and PackageFullName2 containing two apps.

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedPFXCerts
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to certs the management service provider expects to configure using the ClientCertificateInstall CSP, delimited by the character L"\xF000" (the CSP_LIST_DELIMITER).

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ExpectedSCEPCerts
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node contains a list of LocURIs that refer to SCEP certs the management service provider expects to configure using the ClientCertificateInstall CSP, delimited by the character L"\xF000" (the CSP_LIST_DELIMITER).

Supported operations are Add, Delete, Get, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/TimeOutUntilSyncFailure
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node determines how long we will poll until we surface an error message to the user. The unit of measurement is minutes. Default value will be 60, while maximum value will be 1,440 (one day).

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is integer.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/ServerHasFinishedProvisioning
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node is set by the server to inform the UX that the server has finished configuring the device. It was added so that the server can “change its mind" about what it needs to configure on the device. When this node is set, many other DM Client nodes can't be changed. If this node isn't True, the UX will consider the configuration a failure. Once set to true, it would reject attempts to change it back to false with CFGMGR_E_COMMANDNOTALLOWED. This node applies to the per user expected policies and resources lists.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is boolean.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/IsSyncDone
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node, when doing a get, tells the server if the “First Syncs" are done and the device is fully configured. Set triggers the UX to override whatever state it's in, and tell the user that the device is configured. It can't be set from True to False (it won't change its mind if the sync is done), and it can't be set from True to True (to prevent notifications from firing multiple times). This node only applies to the user MDM status page (on a per user basis).

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is boolean.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/WasDeviceSuccessfullyProvisioned
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. Integer node determining if a device was successfully configured. 0 is failure, 1 is success, 2 is in progress. Once the value is changed to 0 or 1, the value can't be changed again. The client will change the value of success or failure and update the node. The server can force a failure or success message to appear on the device by setting this value and then setting the IsSyncDone node to true. This node only applies to the user MDM status page (on a per user basis).

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is integer.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/BlockInStatusPage
Required. Device Only. Added in Windows 10, version 1803. This node determines if the MDM progress page is blocking in the Azure AD joined or DJ++ case, and which remediation options are available.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is integer.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/AllowCollectLogsButton
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1803. This node decides if the MDM progress page displays the Collect Logs button.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is bool.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/CustomErrorText
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1803. This node allows the MDM to set custom error text, detailing what the user needs to do if there's an error.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Delete, and Replace. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/SkipDeviceStatusPage
Required. Device only. Added in Windows 10, version 1803. This node decides if the MDM device progress page skips after Azure AD joined or Hybrid Azure AD joined in OOBE.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is bool.

Provider/ProviderID/FirstSyncStatus/SkipUserStatusPage
Required. Device only. Added in Windows 10, version 1803. This node decides if the MDM user progress page skips after Azure AD joined or DJ++ after user login.

Supported operations are Get and Replace. Value type is bool.

Provider/ProviderID/EnhancedAppLayerSecurity
Required node. Added in Windows 10, version 1709.

Supported operation is Get.

Provider/ProviderID/EnhancedAppLayerSecurity/SecurityMode
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. This node specifies how the client will do the app layer signing and encryption. 0: no op; 1: sign only; 2: encrypt only; 3: sign and encrypt. The default value is 0.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Replace, and Delete. Value type is integer.

Provider/ProviderID/EnhancedAppLayerSecurity/UseCertIfRevocationCheckOffline
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. When this node is set, it tells the client to use the certificate even when the client can't check the certificate's revocation status because the device is offline. The default value is set.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Replace, and Delete. Value type is boolean.

Provider/ProviderID/EnhancedAppLayerSecurity/Cert0
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. The node contains the primary certificate - the public key to use.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Replace, and Delete. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/EnhancedAppLayerSecurity/Cert1
Required. Added in Windows 10, version 1709. The node contains the secondary certificate - the public key to use.

Supported operations are Add, Get, Replace, and Delete. Value type is string.

Provider/ProviderID/Unenroll
Required. The node accepts unenrollment requests using the OMA DM Exec command and calls the enrollment client to unenroll the device from the management server whose provider ID is specified in the <Data> tag under the <Item> element. Scope is permanent.

Supported operations are Get and Exec.

<LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/DMClient/Unenroll</LocURI> is supported for backward compatibility.

The following SyncML shows how to remotely unenroll the device. This command should be inserted in the general DM packages sent from the server to the device.

    <Exec>
       <CmdID>2</CmdID>
       <Item>
          <Target>
             <LocURI>./Vendor/MSFT/DMClient/Provider/<ProviderID>/Unenroll</LocURI>
          </Target>
          <Meta>
             <Format xmlns=”syncml:metinf”>chr</Format>
          </Meta>
          <Data>TestMDMServer</Data> 
          <!-- Data Field in Threshold is now IGNORED -->
       </Item>
    </Exec>

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