Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym(3) TCG Software Stack Developer's Reference Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym(3)NAME
Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym - change the authorization data of an entity using asymmetric change protocol.
TSS_RESULT Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym(TSS_HOBJECT hObjectToChange, TSS_HOBJECT hParentObject,
TSS_HKEY hIdentKey, TSS_HPOLICY hNewPolicy);
Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym changes the authorization data (secret) of an entity (object) utilizing the asymmetric change protocol and assigns the
object to the policy object. All classes using secrets provide this method for changing their authorization data. This method changes the
authorization data of an object ensuring that the parent of the object does not get knowledge of the new secret.
Handle of the object the authorization data should be changed.
Handle of the parent object wrapping the object addressed by hObjectToChange.
Handle of the identity key object required to proof the internally created temporary key.
Handle of the policy object providing the new authorization data.
Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym returns TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise one of the following values are returned:
TSS_E_INVALID_HANDLE - Either hObjectToChange, hParentObject, or hIdentKey is an invalid handle.
TSS_E_INTERNAL_ERROR - An error occurred internal to the TSS.
Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym conforms to the Trusted Computing Group Software Specification version 1.1 Golden
SEE ALSO Tspi_ChangeAuth(3).
TSS 1.1 2004-05-26 Tspi_ChangeAuthAsym(3)
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Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret(3) Library Functions Manual Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret(3)
TCG Software Stack Developers Reference
Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret - flush a cached secret
TSS_RESULT Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret(TSS_HPOLICY hPolicy);
Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret tells the TSS to flush a secret that it had cached for a user.
The hPolicy parameter is the handle of the policy object to be flushed.
Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret returns TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise one of the following values is returned:
hPolicy is not a valid handle.
An internal SW error has been detected.
Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret conforms to the Trusted Computing Group Software Specification version 1.1 Golden
SEE ALSO Tspi_Policy_SetSecret(3), Tspi_Policy_AssignToObject(3).
TSS 1.1 2004-05-25 Tspi_Policy_FlushSecret(3)
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