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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Using Devices in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

In Trusted Extensions, all roles are authorized to allocate a device. Like users, roles must use the Device Allocation Manager. The Solaris allocate command does not work in Trusted Extensions. The following task map points to user procedures that include using devices to perform administrative tasks.

Task

For Instructions

Allocate and deallocate a device.

How to Allocate a Device in Trusted Extensions in Solaris Trusted Extensions User’s Guide

Workspace Switch Area in Solaris Trusted Extensions User’s Guide

Use portable media to transfer files.

How to Copy Files From Portable Media in Trusted Extensions

How to Copy Files to Portable Media in Trusted Extensions

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