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Admin: Modify a Partner Application’s FPACL Parameters

Once an FPACL entry exists for an application, it may be necessary to modify that entry; for example to increase or decrease the total amount of storage that the application is allowed to use.

1.  Retrieve the instance of AMT_ThirdPartyDataStorageAdministrationService, where the “Name” key equals “Intel(r) AMT Third Party Data Storage Administration Service”.

2.  Invoke AMT_ThirdPartyDataStorageAdministrationService.UpdateStorageFpaclEntry to modify the amount of storage available to an application. Pass it the following values:

Parameter

Description/Value

Handle

The FPACL handle for the entry to be modified.

NewAllocationSize

The new value for the total number of bytes that the application can use. This should be a multiple of 4KB.

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$storageAdministrationServiceRef =$wsmanConnectionObject.NewReference("SELECT * FROM AMT_ThirdPartyDataStorageAdministrationService WHERE Name='Intel(r) AMT Third Party Data Storage Administration Service'")

$inputObject =$storageAdministrationServiceRef.CreateMethodInput("UpdateStorageFpaclEntry")

$inputObject.SetProperty("Handle","1")

$inputObject.SetProperty("NewAllocationSize","49152")

$outputObject =$storageAdministrationServiceRef.InvokeMethod($inputObject)

$returnValue =$outputObject.GetProperty("ReturnValue")

 

 

 

 Note:

If the new size is smaller than the amount of space currently in use, the operation will fail.

 

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See Also:

   Storage Concepts and Objects

   Application Development Guidelines

   Examples of Using the Storage Feature

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