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	Title		: A Configuration Schema for LDAP Based Directory User 
                          Agents et al.
	Author(s)	: B. Joslin
	Filename	: draft-joslin-config-schema-00.txt
	Pages		: 23
	Date		: 27-Nov-00
This document describes a mechanism for global confi-
guration of similar directory user agents.  This docu-
ment proposes a schema for configuration of these DUAs
that may be discovered using the Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol [RFC2251]. A set of attribute types and
an objectclass are proposed, along with specific guide-
lines for interpreting them.  A significant feature of
the global configuration policy for DUAs, is a mechan-
ism that allows DUAs to re-configure their schema to
that of the end user's environment.  This configuration
is achieved through attribute and objectclass mapping.
This document is intended to be a skeleton for future
documents that describe configuration of specific DUA

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