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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Devices in Trusted Extensions (Reference)

Trusted Extensions device protection uses Solaris interfaces and Trusted Extensions interfaces.

For Solaris command-line interfaces, see Device Protection (Reference) in System Administration Guide: Security Services.

Administrators who do not have access to the Device Allocation Manager can administer allocatable devices by using the command line. The allocate and deallocate commands have administrative options. For examples, see Forcibly Allocating a Device in System Administration Guide: Security Services and Forcibly Deallocating a Device in System Administration Guide: Security Services.

For Trusted Extensions command-line interfaces, see the add_allocatable(1M) and remove_allocatable(1M) man pages.

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