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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Label Builder in Trusted Extensions

The label builder GUI enforces your choice of a valid label or clearance when a program requires you to assign a label. For example, a label builder appears during login (see Chapter 2, Logging In to Trusted Extensions (Tasks), in Solaris Trusted Extensions User’s Guide). The label builder also appears when you change the label of a workspace, or when you assign a label to a user, zone, or network interface in the Solaris Management Console. The following label builder appears when you assign a label range to a new device.

Label builder titled Device Allocation Set Minimum Label shows the labels that can be chosen as the minimum label for a device.

In the label builder, component names in the Classification column correspond to the CLASSIFICATIONS section in the label_encodings file. The component names in the Sensitivity column correspond to the WORDS section in the label_encodings file.

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