The MSReportServer_ConfigurationSetting class of the Report Server WMI Provider provides the following public methods.
Backs up the encryption key for the instance. The encryption key is stored encrypted with a password.
Creates an SSL Certificate binding.
Deletes the encrypted information from the report server database.
Deletes the encryption keys from the report server database.
Generates an SQL script that can be used to create the report server database.
Generates an SQL script that can be used to grant a user permissions to the report server database.
Generates an SQL script that can be used to upgrade a report server database.
Gets the absolute URL to the Central Administration Web site.
Gets the display name for a given report server database version string.
Initializes the specified report server instance.
Returns a set of tokens that represent the versions of Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Office SharePoint Server , SharePoint Foundation 2010, or SharePoint Server 2010 that are installed on the same computer as the report server.
Lists IP addresses for the computer.
Returns a list of report server installations that are present in the report server database, regardless of whether those installations have access to secure information.
Lists URLs reserved for all applications on the report server.
Lists SSL certificate bindings that exist in HTTP.SYS and those expected from RSReportServer.config.
Lists installed SSL certificates on the computer.
Generates a new encryption key and re-encrypts all secure information in the report server database using this new key.
Remove an SSL Certificate binding.
Deletes the unattended execution account entry from the report server configuration.
Removes a URL reserved for the report server.
Adds a URL reservation for a given application.
Reapplies the specified encryption key to the report server database.
Sets the report server database connection to a particular report server database.
Specifies the default time-out value for report server database logon attempts.
Specifies the default time-out value for report server database queries.
Configures the e-mail delivery extension used by the report server to send e-mail.
Sets the secure connection level of the report server.
Turns the Report Server service on and off.
Specifies the account used to run reports unattended.
Sets the virtual directory for an application.
Makes the Report Server service run as the specified Windows user, and grants this account sufficient file system permissions to allow the report server to operate.