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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Who Should Use This Book

This book is for knowledgeable system administrators and security administrators who are configuring and administering Trusted Extensions software. The level of trust that is required by your site security policy, and your level of expertise, determines who can perform the configuration tasks.

Administrators should be familiar with Solaris administration. In addition, administrators should understand the following:

  • The security features of Trusted Extensions and your site security policy

  • Basic concepts and procedures for using a host that is configured with Trusted Extensions, as described in the Solaris Trusted Extensions User’s Guide

  • How administrative tasks are divided among roles at your site

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