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Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimitSetting

The Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimitSetting class represents the security limit settings for a job object. For more information about job object security limit settings, see the Job Object Security and Access Rights topic in the Platform SDK Base Services documentation.

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Properties

In this WMI class, all WMI properties are read-only. You can only read values but not change them.

Caption

Data type String

A short textual description (one-line string) of the CIM_Setting object.

Description

Data type String

A textual description of the CIM_Setting object.

PrivilegesToDelete

Data type Object

This property specifies the privileges to delete from the token, if SecurityLimitFlags is Filter Tokens. This property can be NULL if you do not want to delete any privileges.

RestrictedSIDs

Data type Object

This property specifies the deny-only SIDs that will be added to the access token, if SecurityLimitFlags is Filter Tokens. This property can be NULL if you do not want to specify any deny-only SIDs.

SecurityLimitFlags

Data type UInt32

Specifies the security limitations for the job.A value of No Administrator prevents any process in the job from using a token that specifies the local administrators group.A value of Rescricted Token prevents any process in the job from using a token that was not created with the CreateRestrictedToken function.A value of Specific Token forces processes in the job to run under.A value Filter Tokens of applies a filter to the token when a process impersonates a client. Requires at least one of the following properties to be set – SidsToDisable, PrivilegesToDelete, or RestrictedSids.

ServerUrl

Data type String

SettingID

Data type String

The identifier by which the job object security limit setting instance is known.

As a Kernel object job object names are case sensitive. Because WMI keys are case insensitive, the name of the named job object must be decorated as follows: a capital letter should be preceded by a backslash. As a consequence of this convention, ‘A’ and ‘a’ are lower case and ‘\A’ and ‘\a’ are upper case.

SIDsToDisable

Data type Object

This property specifies the SIDs to disable for access checking, if SecurityLimitFlagss is Filter Tokens.This property can be NULL if you do not want to disable any SIDs.

TemplateId

Data type String

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Content last updated: 2013-12-27 12:27:11 (UTC).

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