IUpdateService interface

Contains information about a service that is registered with Windows Update Agent (WUA) or with Automatic Updates.

Methods

The IUpdateService interface has these methods.

Method Description
IUpdateService::get_CanRegisterWithAU Gets a Boolean value that indicates whether the service can register with Automatic Updates.
IUpdateService::get_ContentValidationCert Gets an SHA-1 hash of the certificate that is used to sign the contents of the service.
IUpdateService::get_ExpirationDate Gets the date on which the authorization cabinet file expires.
IUpdateService::get_IsManaged Gets a Boolean value that indicates whether a service is a managed service.
IUpdateService::get_IsRegisteredWithAU Gets a Boolean value that indicates whether a service is registered with Automatic Updates.
IUpdateService::get_IsScanPackageService Gets a Boolean value that indicates whether a service is based on a scan package.
IUpdateService::get_IssueDate Gets the date on which the authorization cabinet file was issued.
IUpdateService::get_Name Gets the name of the service.
IUpdateService::get_OffersWindowsUpdates Gets a Boolean value indicates whether the current service offers updates from Windows Updates.
IUpdateService::get_RedirectUrls Contains the URLs for the redirector cabinet file.
IUpdateService::get_ServiceID Retrieves or sets the identifier for a service.
IUpdateService::get_ServiceUrl Retrieves the URL for the service.
IUpdateService::get_SetupPrefix Identifies the prefix for the setup files.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows XP, Windows 2000 Professional with SP3 [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server with SP3 [desktop apps only]
Target Platform Windows
Header wuapi.h

See also

IDispatch