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NAME

       lcp_writepol - write LCP policy into a TPM NV index

SYNOPSIS

       lcp_writepol -i index-value [-f policy-file | -e] [-p passwd] [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       lcp_writepol  is  used  to write LCP policy into a (previously-defined)
       TPM NV index. It also supports writing arbitrary data into a  specified
       index.

OPTIONS

       -i index-value
              Designate  the index for writing. Index can be UINT32 or string.
              3 strings are supported for the reserved  LCP  indices.  Strings
              and default index values for each string are:

              default
                     0x50000001(INDEX_LCP_DEF)

              owner  0x40000001(INDEX_LCP_OWN)

              aux    0x50000002(INDEX_LCP_AUX)

       -f policy-file
              File name where the policy data is stored.

       -e     Write  0  length  data  to the index. This is useful for special
              indices, such as those permission is WRITEDFINE.

       -p password
              The TPM owner password

       -h     Print out the help message

EXAMPLES

       lcp_writepol -i default  -f policy-file

       lcp_writepol -i 0x00011101  -e

       lcp_writepol -i 0x00011101  -f policy-file  -p 123456

SEE ALSO

       lcp_readpol(8), lcp_crtpol(8).