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Property lists

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

Property lists

You specify property lists on the Cluster.exe command line in the following ways:

  • Name = Value[,Value ...][:Format][Name=Value[,Value ...][:Format] ...]

    For example:

    cluster opsclust node mynode /priv prop1=string1,string2:multistring prop2=0xa,0xb:binary

  • : PropertyName1[,PropertyName2, ...]/usedefault

    For example:

    cluster opsclust node mynode /priv:prop1,prop2 /usedefault

To revert to the default value of a common property or to delete a private property, use the /usedefault command-line option.

The following table describes the available format options.

 

Format Description Example

Binary

Separated list of values from 0 to 255

myBinary = 12,0xab,255:binary

DWord

Double word

myDWord=2346:dword

String

Double quotation marks are required around strings with spaces

myString="string value":string

ExpandString

Expanded by Cluster.exe

myExpandString=^%windir^%:expandstr

MultiString

List of strings separated by commas

myMultiString="string value 1", "string value 2":multistr

Security

Set access permissions. Access types are grant, deny, set, or revoke. An access mask is required for the types grant, deny, or set. Access masks are R for read, C for change, and F for full.

mySecurity= devgroup \ user1, grant, RC, devgroup \ user2, revoke, everyone, set, F:security

ULarge

Unsigned 64-bit value

myULarge = 12345678901234567890:ularge

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