|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
The ISA administration COM object sections display Microsoft® Visual Basic® programming language syntax; however, you can write programs using these objects in any language that supports COM. See ISA Server Administration Object Model for a diagram of the administration COM object hierarchy. The diagram shows the beginning of the hierarchy, starting with the root object.
The administration objects expose two types of application programming interfaces (APIs) — one API allows for configuration of stored ISA settings and the other allows for configuration of services that are currently running. For example, the session monitoring objects (FPCWebSession and FPCFirewallSession) permit programmatic monitoring of sessions currently running, while most other administration COM objects allow for programmatic configuration of various internal ISA settings. For more detailed examples of object use, see ISA Administration Scripting.