AdminStudio 2020 | 19.0 | AdminStudio PowerShell Cmdlets

Edition:Powershell cmdlets are enabled with AdminStudio Enterprise Edition and with Workflow Manager.

You can use the Get-ASDistributionProperty cmdlet to retrieve the property value of the distribution system for a package. The property name will be fetched from the Property_PluginId table for the corresponding distribution system. For example, for Casper server distribution system, the property will be fetched from [Property_D66C6D178DD549419D129CED61BA4C9E].


The following is an example of the Get-ASDistributionProperty cmdlet:

Get-ASDistributionProperty-PackageId 9-SystemConnectionName 'Altiris'-PropertyName 'PackageName'

Important:All parameters are mandatory.


The Get-ASDistributionProperty cmdlet has the following parameters:

Get-ASDistributionProperty Parameters




(Required) Use to specify the ID number of the package that you want to get distribution properties for. The ID number is obtained from the cstblPackage table.


(Required) Use to specify a named connection to a deployment system. See Creating Multiple Named Connections to Distribution Systems for more information.


(Required) Use to specify the name of the property that you want to get. The name of the property is fetched from the Property_PluginId table for the corresponding distribution system.


The corresponding property value's display text is returned.

Note:The value of a property that is stored may not be the value which is displayed in the AdminStudio user interface. For example, Workspace ONE has a property called pushmodeinternal (enum) and one of its values is ondemand. However, in the AdminStudio user interface, this value is displayed as On Demand. The Get-ASDistributionProperty cmdlet returns the display value (On Demand), not the stored value (ondemand).

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