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HOTP Method

Hi!

we are evaluating the hotp (hashed one time password) method, maybe
someone else as experience with it.

Env.
SLES11.1 64Bit
eDirectory 887 (64Bit) (which includes NMAS 334)

with that stack, the schema elements for hotp are already available.

the nmashotpconf utility is not part of edir 887, so I used the one from
NMAS_3.3.3_Patch2.zip.

what I am missing now:

- the info if the current nmas libraries include the hotp method (cant
find them....)
- where to get the 'config.txt' for this method?
- hint on using nmashotpconf with the config option '-STRING'. This
using this during the configuration results in an error. '-RAW' works.

thx,

Thorsten
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