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Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership(3)	     Library Functions Manual		Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership(3)

			    TCG Software Stack Developer's Reference

NAME
       Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership - take ownership of a TPM

SYNOPSIS
       #include <tss/platform.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_defines.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_struct.h>
       #include <tss/tss_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tss_structs.h>
       #include <tss/tspi.h>

       TSS_RESULT Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership(TSS_HTPM hTPM, TSS_HKEY hKeySRK,
					 TSS_HKEY hEndorsementPubKey);

DESCRIPTION
       Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership  takes  ownership  of a TPM. Taking ownership is the process of in-
       serting a shared secret into the TPM. The owner of the TPM (anyone who  knows  the  shared
       secret) has the right to perform special operations.

PARAMETERS
   hTPM
       The hTPM parameter is used to specify the handle of the TPM object.

   hKeySRK
       The hKeySRK parameter is the handle to the object representing the TPM's Storage Root Key.

   hEndorsementPubKey
       The  hEndorsementPubKey	parameter  is the handle to the object representing the TPM's en-
       dorsement public key. This key is required for encrypting the secret of the  SRK  and  the
       TPM  owner secret. If NULL, the TSP internally queries the TPM for that endorsement public
       key.

RETURN CODES
       Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership returns TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise one of the following val-
       ues is returned:

       TSS_E_INVALID_HANDLE
	      Either the TPM or one of the key handles is not valid.

       TSS_E_INTERNAL_ERROR
	      An internal SW error has been detected.

CONFORMING TO
       Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership conforms to the Trusted Computing Group Software Specification ver-
       sion 1.1 Golden

SEE ALSO
       Tspi_TPM_ClearOwner(3)

TSS 1.1 				    2004-05-25			Tspi_TPM_TakeOwnership(3)


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