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New security policies Aes128Sha256RsaOaep and Aes256Sha256RsaPss are not supported in OPC foundation SDK as of now
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Hi Team,

We are using Opc.Ua.Core.dll and Opc.Ua.Client.dll ( Version 1.4.354 )  in our application . Our application is targeted to .NET framework 4.6. Basically we have upgraded the OPC foundation SDK from Version 1.3.342  to version 1.04.354.
Looks the new security policies Aes128Sha256RsaOaep and Aes256Sha256RsaPss are not supported in OPC foundation SDK as of now.

Please confirm and let us know if we are missing anything .

Thanks
Antoni

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The only maintained code is here: https://github.com/OPCFoundati.....ETStandard

Please post a feature request on that forum.

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