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Solaris Trusted Extensions Installation and Configuration
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Implementing Site Security

Successfully configuring Trusted Extensions on a system in a way that is consistent with site security requires understanding the security features of Trusted Extensions and your site security policy. Before you install the Solaris Trusted Extensions packages, read Chapter 1, Security Planning for Trusted Extensions for information about how to ensure site security when configuring the software.

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