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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Solaris Interfaces Extended by Trusted Extensions

Trusted Extensions adds to existing Solaris configuration files, commands, and GUIs:

Administrative commands

Trusted Extensions adds options to selected Solaris commands. For a list, see Table 8-5.

Configuration files

Trusted Extensions adds two privileges, net_mac_aware and net_mlp. For the use of net_mac_aware, see Access to NFS Mounted Directories in Trusted Extensions.

Trusted Extensions adds authorizations to the auth_attr database. For a list, see Additional Rights and Authorizations in Trusted Extensions in Solaris Trusted Extensions Transition Guide.

Trusted Extensions adds executables, including CDE actions, to the exec_attr database.

Trusted Extensions modifies existing rights profiles in the prof_attr database. It also adds profiles to the database.

Trusted Extensions adds CDE actions to the executables that can be privileged in the exec_attr database.

Trusted Extensions adds fields to the policy.conf database. For the fields, see policy.conf File Defaults in Trusted Extensions.

Trusted Extensions adds audit tokens, audit events, audit classes, and audit policy options. For a list, see Trusted Extensions Audit Reference.

Solaris Management Console

Trusted Extensions adds a Security Templates tool to the Computers and Networks tool set.

Trusted Extensions adds a Trusted Network Zones tool to the Computers and Networks tool set.

Trusted Extensions adds a Trusted Extensions Attributes tab to the Users tool and the Administrative Roles tool.

Shared directories from zones

Trusted Extensions enables you to share directories from labeled zones. The directories are shared at the label of the zone by creating an /etc/dfs/dfstab file from the global zone.

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