|The type of encryption used for TrustSec passwords.
'other' - The read-only value 'other' indicates that
the type of password encryption is not in one
of the types defined below.
'none' - Indicates that the corresponding CtsPassword
object is a zero-length string.
'clearText' - Indicates that the password is not encrypted
'typeSix' - Indicates that type-6 algorithm is used to
encrypt the password
'typeSeven' - Indicates that type-7 algorithm is used to
encrypt the password.
Each definition of a concrete CtsPasswordEncryptionType value
must be accompanied by a definition of a textual convention for
use with that CtsPasswordEncryptionType.
To support future extensions, the CtsPasswordEncryptionType
textual convention SHOULD NOT be sub-typed in object type
definitions. It MAY be sub-typed in compliance statements in order
to require only a subset of these address types for a compliant
Implementations must ensure that CtsPasswordEncryptionType
object and any dependent objects (e.g. CtsPassword objects) are
consistent. An inconsistentValue error must be generated
if an attempt to change an CtsPasswordEncryptionType object
would, for example, lead to an undefined CtsPassword value.
In particular, CtsPasswordEncryptionType/CtsPassword pairs
must be changed together if the encryption type changes.
(e.g. from clearText(2) to typeSix(1)).