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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Configurable User Attributes in Trusted Extensions

The Solaris Management Console 2.1 is your tool for creating and modifying user accounts. For users who can log in at more than one label, you might also want to set up .copy_files and .link_files files in each user's minimum–label home directory.

The User Accounts tool in the Solaris Management Console works as it does in the Solaris OS, with two exceptions:

  • Trusted Extensions adds attributes to user accounts.

  • Home directory server access requires administrative attention in Trusted Extensions.

    • You create the home directory server entry the same as you do on a Solaris system.

    • Then, you and the user perform additional steps to mount the home directory at every user label.

As described in How to Add a User With the Solaris Management Console’s Users Tool in System Administration Guide: Basic Administration, a wizard enables you to create user accounts quickly. After using the wizard, you can modify the user's default Trusted Extensions attributes.

For more information about the .copy_files and .link_files files, see .copy_files and .link_files Files.

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