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Understanding X.500

Object_Id               : 248
Title                   : Understanding X.500
Node_Type               : Production
Format                  : HTML
Address                 :  http://www.salford.ac.uk/its024/X500.htm
Keywords                : directory
Abstract                : This is an on-line version of the book by David Chadwick.
                          Here is the coverage, from the blurb on the web page:
                          -  Fully up-to-date with all features of 1993 edition of X.500 standard. 
                          -  Clearly describes all X.500 terminology such as DSA, DUA, DIT. 
                          -  Explains X.500 security features such as asymmetric encryption and access controls. 
                          -  Describes use of X.500 by other applications such as EDI and X.400. 
                          Note: See below for other X.500 resources, 
                          including CiTR ones.
Date_Entry_Created      : 03/02/98
Entry_Created_By        : jane
Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 03/02/98
Entry_Last_Modified_By  : jane
Asset_Qualification     : don't know
Other_Opinions          : From the mailing lists I am on, I have good vibes about the book & the
                          knowledgeability of the author
Contact_Person          :  mailto:D.W.Chadwick@@iti.salford.ac.uk
IP_or_Copyright_Owner   : see web page
Support_re_Ownership    : 
Date_Item_Created       : 
Usage_Conditions        : see web page
Support_re_Usage_Condns : 
Projects_Used_In        : ??
Obtained_From           : 
Derived_From            : 
Related_Items           : Colin Robbins' X.500 page:

                          my X.500 page:

Reference_Type          : web page
Internal_or_External    : External
Additional_Info         : CiTR External Support has Directory experience
                          (as part of its Worldtalk experience). 
                          An experimental Directory has been set up, though you will need to talk to 
                          David Spriggs or Mike Husband about its status. See:


Class: Reference


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