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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Solaris Man Pages That Are Modified by Trusted Extensions

Solaris Trusted Extensions adds information to the following Solaris man pages.

Solaris Man Page

Trusted Extensions Modification

allocate(1)

Adds options to support allocating a device in a zone and cleaning the device in a windowed environment

auditconfig(1M)

Adds the window policy for labeled information

audit_class(4)

Adds X server audit classes

audit_event(4)

Adds audit events

auditreduce(1M)

Adds a label selector

auth_attr(4)

Adds label authorizations

automount(1M)

Adds the capability to mount, and therefore view, lower-level home directories

cancel(1)

Adds label restrictions to a user's ability to cancel a print job

deallocate(1)

Adds options to support deallocating a device in a zone, cleaning the device in a windowed environment, and specifying the type of device to deallocate

device_clean(5)

Is invoked by default in Trusted Extensions

exec_attr(4)

Adds CDE actions as a type of profile object

getpflags(2)

Recognizes the NET_MAC_AWARE and NET_MAC_AWARE_INHERIT process flags

getsockopt(3SOCKET)

Gets the mandatory access control status, SO_MAC_EXEMPT, of the socket

getsockopt(3XNET)

Gets the mandatory access control status, SO_MAC_EXEMPT, of the socket

ifconfig(1M)

Adds the all-zones interface

is_system_labeled(3C)

Determines whether the system is configured with Trusted Extensions

ldaplist(1)

Adds Trusted Extensions network databases

list_devices(1)

Adds attributes, such as labels, that are associated with a device

lp(1)

Adds the -nolabels option

lpadmin(1M)

Adds label restrictions to the administrator's ability to administer printing

lpmove(1M)

Adds label restrictions to the administrator's ability to move a print job

lpq(1B)

Adds label restrictions to the display of print queue information

lprm(1B)

Adds label restrictions to the caller's ability to remove print requests

lpsched(1M)

Adds label restrictions to the administrator's ability to stop and restart the print service

lpstat(1)

Adds label restrictions to the display of the print service status

netstat(1M)

Adds the -R option to display extended security attributes

privileges(5)

Adds Trusted Extensions privileges, such as PRIV_FILE_DOWNGRADE_SL

prof_attr(4)

Adds rights profiles, such as Object Label Management

route(1M)

Adds the -secattr option to add extended security attributes to a route

setpflags(2)

Sets the NET_MAC_AWARE per-process flag

setsockopt(3SOCKET)

Sets the SO_MAC_EXEMPT option

setsockopt(3XNET)

Sets the mandatory access control, SO_MAC_EXEMPT, on the socket

smexec(1M)

Adds options to support the CDE action type

smrole(1M)

Adds options to support a role's label

smuser(1M)

Adds options to support a user's label and other security attributes, such as permitted idle time

socket.h(3HEAD)

Supports the SO_MAC_EXEMPT option for unlabeled peers

tar(1)

Adds including labels in tar files and extracting files according to label

tar.h(3HEAD)

Adds attribute types that are used in labeled tar files

ucred_getlabel(3C)

Adds getting the label value on a user credential

user_attr(4)

Adds user security attributes that are specific to Trusted Extensions

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