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gss_get_mic(3)							gss_get_mic(3)

       gss_get_mic()  - calculate a cryptographic message integrity code (MIC)
       for a message and return in a token

	      The routine generates a  cryptographic  message  integrity  code
	      (MIC) for the supplied message and places the MIC in a token for
	      transfer to the peer application.	 The qop_req parameter	allows
	      a	 choice between several cryptographic algorithms, if supported
	      by the chosen mechanism.

   Input Parameters
       context_handle	     Specifies the context on  which  the  message  is

       qop_req		     Specifies the cryptographic algorithm, or quality
			     of protection.  To accept the default quality  of
			     protection	 offered by the chosen mechanism spec‐

       message_buffer	     Specifies the message to be protected.

   Output Parameters
       msg_token	     Buffer to receive the sealed message.

       minor_status	     Returns a status code from	 the  security	mecha‐

       The following status codes can be returned:

       The routine was completed successfully.

       The context has already expired.

       The context is recognized but the associated
				credentials have expired.

       The context identified in the
				context_handle parameter was not valid.

       The specified QOP is not supported by the mechanism.

       was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.


       The  manpages  for DCE-GSSAPI are included with the DCE-CoreTools prod‐
       uct.  To see those manpages add to


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