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Subject: Groups - kmip-1.0-ug-ed-0.98 (kmip-1.0-ug-ed-0.98.doc) uploaded

The new version of the Usage Guide includes the following editorial

4.21.2: Encrypt-only example with asymmetric key
4.22: Moved Object Group text from spec to Usage Guide
4.23: Clarified that clients can include Certificate Issuer in
Certify/Re-certify to help identify the CA to be used to sign the
4:24: Example of how to register a key pair
4:25: Clarified that non-cryptographic Secret Data objects require certain
attributes to be set even if the attributes seem relevant only for
cryptographic usages
6: Added 6 new deferred items:
	a. Specification of Mask Generation Function
	b. Certificate creation without client-provided Certificate Request
	c. Server monitoring of client status
	d. Symmetric key pairs
	e. Hardware-protected attribute
	f. Alternative profiles for key establishment
Fixed typos

I am waiting to include the following:
1. Application Specific Information
2. Stan's key naming proposal
3. Jon's explanation of asymmetric concepts with symmetric keys
4. Alan's HTTPS proposal
5. Conformance proposal
6. Mutating attributes?

Deferred Item
I am still waiting for Gordon Arnold to provide me with a brief description
of his deferred item. If anyone else would like to add a deferred item to
the list, please let me know.

Depending on how we are planning to address key protection versus data
protection, I may need to change the text surrounding Cryptographic Usage

 -- Mrs. Indra Fitzgerald

The document revision named kmip-1.0-ug-ed-0.98 (kmip-1.0-ug-ed-0.98.doc)
has been submitted by Mrs. Indra Fitzgerald to the OASIS Key Management
Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) TC document repository.  This document is
revision #2 of kmip-1.0-ug-ed-0.98-v1.doc.

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The KMIP Usage Guide is intended to complement the KMIP Specification by
providing guidance on how to implement the Key Management Interoperability
Protocol most effectively to ensure interoperability.

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