Privileges for Manipulating a Conference Policy

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (xcon WG)
Authors Hisham Khartabil  , Aki Niemi 
Last updated 2004-10-12 (latest revision 2004-09-14)
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The Conference Policy is defined as the complete set of rules for a particular conference manipulated by the conference policy server. The Conferece Policy Control Protocol (CPCP) is the protocol used by client to manipulate the conference policy. This document specifies an Extensible Markup Language (XML) Schema that enumerates the conference policy meta data that enable a user to assign privileges to users that enables them to read and/or manipulate parts of or the entire conference policy.


Hisham Khartabil (
Aki Niemi (

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