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Create or Edit the Sms_def.mof File

Applies To: Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 2.0

To enable the client computers to report BitLocker compliance details through the MBAM Configuration Manager reports, you have to create or edit the Sms_def.mof file.

If you are using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, you must create the file.

In Configuration Manager 2007, the file already exists, so you only have to edit it. Do not overwrite the existing file.

In the following sections, complete the instructions that correspond to the version of Configuration Manager that you are using.

To create the Sms_def.mof file for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

  1. On the Configuration Manager Server, browse to the location where you have to create the Sms_def.mof file, for example, the Desktop.

  2. Create a text file called Sms_def.mof and copy the following code to populate the file with the following Sms_def.mof MBAM classes:

    //===================================================
    // Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 
    //===================================================
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("Win32_BitLockerEncryptionDetails", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("BitLocker Encryption Details"),
      SMS_Class_ID ("MICROSOFT|BITLOCKER_DETAILS|1.0")]
    class Win32_BitLockerEncryptionDetails : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
        String     DeviceId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     BitlockerPersistentVolumeId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     MbamPersistentVolumeId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        //UNKNOWN = 0, OS_Volume = 1, FIXED_VOLUME = 2, REMOVABLE_VOLUME = 3
        SInt32     MbamVolumeType;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     DriveLetter;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        //VOLUME_NOT_COMPLIANT = 0, VOLUME_COMPLIANT = 1, NOT_APPLICABLE = 2
        SInt32     Compliant;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ReasonsForNonCompliance[];
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     KeyProtectorTypes[];
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     EncryptionMethod;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ConversionStatus;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ProtectionStatus;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        Boolean     IsAutoUnlockEnabled;
    };
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    
    #pragma deleteclass("Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report(TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name("BitLocker Policy"),
      SMS_Class_ID("MICROSOFT|MBAM_POLICY|1.0")]
    
    Class Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy: SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report(TRUE),key]
        string KeyName;
        //General encryption requirements
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        UInt32    OsDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    EncryptionMethod;
        //Required protectors properties
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    OsDriveProtector;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveAutoUnlock;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDrivePassphrase;
        //MBAM agent fields
        //Policy not enforced (0), enforced (1), pending user exemption request (2) or exempted user (3)
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        Uint32    MBAMPolicyEnforced;
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        string    LastConsoleUser;
        //Date of the exemption request of the last logged on user,
        //or the first date the exemption was granted to him on this machine.
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        datetime  UserExemptionDate;
        //Errors encountered by MBAM agent.
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    MBAMMachineError;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        string    EncodedComputerName;
    };
    //Read Win32_OperatingSystem.SKU WMI property in a new class - because SKU is not available before Vista.
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("CCM_OperatingSystemExtended", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report     (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("Operating System Ex"),
      SMS_Class_ID   ("MICROSOFT|OPERATING_SYSTEM_EXT|1.0") ]
    class CCM_OperatingSystemExtended : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
            string     Name;
        [SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
            uint32     SKU;
    };
    //Read Win32_ComputerSystem.PCSystemType WMI property in a new class - because PCSystemType is not available before Vista.
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("CCM_ComputerSystemExtended", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report     (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("Computer System Ex"),
      SMS_Class_ID   ("MICROSOFT|COMPUTER_SYSTEM_EXT|1.0") ]
    class CCM_ComputerSystemExtended : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
        string     Name;
        [SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        uint16     PCSystemType;
    };
    //=======================================================
    // Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring end
    //=======================================================
    
    
  3. Import the Sms_def.mof file by doing the following:

    1. Open the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager console and select the Administration tab.

    2. On the Administration tab, select Client Settings.

    3. Right-click Default Client Settings, and then select Properties.

    4. In the Default Settings window, select Hardware Inventory.

    5. Click Set Classes, and then click Import.

    6. In the browser that opens, select your .mof file, and then click Open. The Import Summary window opens.

    7. In the Import Summary window, ensure that the option to import both hardware inventory classes and class settings is selected, and then click Import.

    8. In both the Hardware Inventory Classes window and the Default Settings window, click OK.

  4. Enable the Win32_Tpm class as follows:

    1. Open the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager console and select the Administration tab.

    2. On the Administration tab, select Client Settings.

    3. Right-click Default Client Settings, and then select Properties.

    4. In the Default Settings window, select Hardware Inventory.

    5. Click Set Classes.

    6. In the main window, scroll down, and then select the TPM (Win32_Tpm) class.

    7. Under TPM, ensure that the SpecVersion property is selected.

    8. In both the Hardware Inventory Classes window and the Default Settings window, click OK.

To edit the sms_def.mof file for Configuration Manager 2007

  1. On the Configuration Manager Server, browse to the location of the sms_def.mof file:

    <CMInstallLocation>\Inboxes\clifiles.src\hinv\

    On a default installation, the installation location is %systemdrive% \Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Configuration Manager.

  2. Copy the following code, and then append it to Sms_def.mof file to add the following required MBAM classes to the file:

    //===================================================
    // Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 
    //===================================================
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("Win32_BitLockerEncryptionDetails", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("BitLocker Encryption Details"),
      SMS_Class_ID ("MICROSOFT|BITLOCKER_DETAILS|1.0")]
    class Win32_BitLockerEncryptionDetails : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
        String     DeviceId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     BitlockerPersistentVolumeId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     MbamPersistentVolumeId;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        //UNKNOWN = 0, OS_Volume = 1, FIXED_VOLUME = 2, REMOVABLE_VOLUME = 3
        SInt32     MbamVolumeType;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        String     DriveLetter;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        //VOLUME_NOT_COMPLIANT = 0, VOLUME_COMPLIANT = 1, NOT_APPLICABLE = 2
        SInt32     Compliant;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ReasonsForNonCompliance[];
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     KeyProtectorTypes[];
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     EncryptionMethod;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ConversionStatus;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        SInt32     ProtectionStatus;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        Boolean     IsAutoUnlockEnabled;
    };
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report(TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name("BitLocker Policy"),
      SMS_Class_ID("MICROSOFT|MBAM_POLICY|1.0"),
      SMS_Context_1("__ProviderArchitecture=32|uint32"),
      SMS_Context_2("__RequiredArchitecture=true|boolean")]
    Class Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy: SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report(TRUE),key]
        string KeyName;
        //General encryption requirements
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        UInt32    OsDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    EncryptionMethod;
        //Required protectors properties
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    OsDriveProtector;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveAutoUnlock;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDrivePassphrase;
        //MBAM Agent fields
        //Policy not enforced (0), enforced (1), pending user exemption request (2) or exempted user (3)
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        Uint32    MBAMPolicyEnforced;
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        string    LastConsoleUser;
        //Date of the exemption request of the last logged on user,
        //or the first date the exemption was granted to him on this machine.
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        datetime  UserExemptionDate;
        //Errors encountered by MBAM agent.
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    MBAMMachineError;
        // Encoded Computer Name
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        string    EncodedComputerName;
    };
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy_64", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report(TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name("BitLocker Policy"),
      SMS_Class_ID("MICROSOFT|MBAM_POLICY|1.0"),
      SMS_Context_1("__ProviderArchitecture=64|uint32"),
      SMS_Context_2("__RequiredArchitecture=true|boolean")]
    Class Win32Reg_MBAMPolicy_64: SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report(TRUE),key]
        string KeyName;
        //General encryption requirements
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        UInt32    OsDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveEncryption;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    EncryptionMethod;
        //Required protectors properties
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    OsDriveProtector;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDriveAutoUnlock;
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    FixedDataDrivePassphrase;
        //MBAM Agent fields
        //Policy not enforced (0), enforced (1), pending user exemption request (2) or exempted user (3)
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        Uint32    MBAMPolicyEnforced;
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        string    LastConsoleUser;
        //Date of the exemption request of the last logged on user,
        //or the first date the exemption was granted to him on this machine.
        [SMS_Report(TRUE)]
        datetime  UserExemptionDate;
        //Errors encountered by MBAM agent.
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        UInt32    MBAMMachineError;
        // Encoded Computer Name
        [ SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        string    EncodedComputerName;
    };
    //Read Win32_OperatingSystem.SKU WMI property in a new class - because SKU is not available before Vista.
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("CCM_OperatingSystemExtended", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report     (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("Operating System Ex"),
      SMS_Class_ID   ("MICROSOFT|OPERATING_SYSTEM_EXT|1.0") ]
    class CCM_OperatingSystemExtended : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
            string     Name;
        [SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
            uint32     SKU;
    };
    //Read Win32_ComputerSystem.PCSystemType WMI property in a new class - because PCSystemType is not available before Vista.
    #pragma namespace ("\\\\.\\root\\cimv2\\SMS")
    #pragma deleteclass("CCM_ComputerSystemExtended", NOFAIL)
    [ SMS_Report     (TRUE),
      SMS_Group_Name ("Computer System Ex"),
      SMS_Class_ID   ("MICROSOFT|COMPUTER_SYSTEM_EXT|1.0") ]
    class CCM_ComputerSystemExtended : SMS_Class_Template
    {
        [SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
        string     Name;
        [SMS_Report (TRUE) ]
        uint16     PCSystemType;
    };
    //=======================================================
    // Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring end
    //=======================================================
    
    

  3. Modify the Win32_Tpm class as follows:

    • Set SMS_REPORT to TRUE in the class attributes.

    • Set SMS_REPORT to TRUE in the SpecVersion property attribute.

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