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	Title		: Conference Policy Control Protocol Building Blocks
	Author(s)	: E. Kim
	Filename	: draft-ekim-xcon-cpcp-bb-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2003-10-17
In a tightly coupled conference, conference participants can 
communicate with the conference policy server using a conference 
policy control protocol (CPCP). This document generally describes 
how to use CPCP to efficiently provide and augment interaction 
between clients and conference policy server. This document 
describes what information is needed for conference policy control, 
and what operation is needed to manipulate and interact with the 
policy information. It is noted that the purpose of this draft is 
not to suggest a new mechanism of CPCP, but to suggest building 
block approach to CPCP work.

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