Yes. Use the 'Property Condition' in the rule editor.
in the remediation options of the rule editor i have only
do not remediate
disable remediation for all rules etc
deploy the following blpackage
i have to set a property not only checking one in the rule definition part
haha.. I thought you meant just in the rule - I have not had my coffee yet
I think you could reference the server property in the remediation package, remediation will use a blpackage only, it will not work w/ any other object type directly - eg you cannot set the remediation package to a MSI or RPM.
How do you need to use the server property? do you need to set it as a result of remediation? That might be more complex to do.
i have found no way of setting a property inside a blpackage
what i'm trying to do is a component template that discovers cluster services on windows machines and if found sets a server property on which a smart group could be created
You can use the server property in the blpackage, to specify a path for example, but you can't set it from w/in the package. I think you should write a NSH script to do this, the discovery of if it's a cluster and the property set.