G.Eustace at massey.ac.nz
Thu Oct 1 19:21:13 UTC 2009
> my main point is if you're going to have a fixed time value, you may as
> well omit the time value entirely and use a DUID-LL rather than the
> default DUID-LLT (DUID's have three distinct formats).
The default for Windows is DUID-LLT. The reason I simply zero'ed the time part was I don't know whether any of the Windows software is expecting to only ever see a 14 byte quantity.
Changing to DUID-LL is easy to generate. But in the windows context *MAY* have side effects.
Nevertheless I may try it and see.
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