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Solaris Trusted Extensions Installation and Configuration
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Trusted Extensions and the Solaris Operating System

Trusted Extensions installs on top of the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS). Because Trusted Extensions software can modify the Solaris OS, Trusted Extensions can require specific settings for Solaris installation options. For details, see Chapter 3, Installing Solaris Trusted Extensions Software (Tasks). Also, Trusted Extensions books supplement Solaris books. As administrators, you need access to Solaris books and Trusted Extensions books.

How This Book Is Organized

Chapter 1, Security Planning for Trusted Extensions describes the security issues that you need to consider when configuring Trusted Extensions software on one or more Solaris systems.

Chapter 2, Installation and Configuration Roadmap for Trusted Extensions contains task maps for adding Trusted Extensions software to Solaris systems.

Chapter 3, Installing Solaris Trusted Extensions Software (Tasks) provides instructions on preparing a Solaris system for Trusted Extensions software. It also includes instructions on adding the packages.

Chapter 4, Configuring Trusted Extensions (Tasks) provides instructions on configuring Trusted Extensions software on a system with a monitor.

Chapter 5, Configuring LDAP for Trusted Extensions (Tasks) provides instructions on configuring LDAP for Trusted Extensions.

Chapter 6, Configuring a Headless System With Trusted Extensions (Tasks) describes how to configure and administer Trusted Extensions software on a headless system.

Appendix A, Site Security Policy addresses site security policy and places Trusted Extensions in the context of wider organizational and site security.

Appendix B, Using CDE Actions to Install Zones in Trusted Extensions describes how to configure labeled zones by using Trusted CDE actions.

Appendix C, Configuration Checklist for Trusted Extensions provides a configuration checklist for the install team.

Glossary defines selected terms and phrases that are used in this book.

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