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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Initial Setup Team Responsibilities

Trusted Extensions software is designed to be enabled and configured by two people with distinct responsibilities. However, the Solaris installation program does not enforce this two-role task division. Instead, task division is enforced by roles. Because roles and users are not created until after installation, it is a good practice to have an initial setup team of at least two people present to enable and configure Trusted Extensions software.

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