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These requirements will be reflected in the XKMS recommendation, as well as additional optional recommendations in the XKMS work group charter, such as Bulk Key registration. Wherever "specification" is used in this document, it refers to the core XKMS recommendation as well as any additional associated specifications.
1. Universality and Usability
The XKMS recommendation should not impose client XKMS capabilities - clients should implement the minimum that they need. The specification should define the wire protocol be implemented , and requirements on compliant Trust Server implementations.
1 . Trust Server