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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Methods for Administering Remote Systems in Trusted Extensions

Typically, administrators use the rlogin and ssh commands to administer remote systems from the command line. The Solaris Management Console can also be used. In Trusted CDE, the dtappsession program can remotely launch Trusted CDE actions.Also, a virtual networking computer (vnc) can be used to remotely display a multilevel desktop.

The following methods of remote administration are possible in Trusted Extensions:

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