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Although Windows phones use the OMA Client Provisioning protocol, it is typically used for the bootstrap process. Microsoft recommends that you use the OMA Device Management (DM) Protocol whenever possible. For more information, see OMA Device Management.

For the usage of OMA Client Provisioning, see Microsoft Standards for Provisioning Windows Mobile Devices.

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OMA Client Provisioning