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Solaris Trusted Extensions Developer's Guide
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Printing Labeled Output

Typically, printers are shared resources. Multilevel printing allows users who are operating at different security levels to share a printer, subject to the restrictions of the security policy. The printing service is also label-aware so that labels can be clearly marked on printed documents.

You can assume the System Administrator role in role-based access control (RBAC) to configure a printer so that the output is labeled. The session label at which the print job is initiated is printed on the banner and trailer pages. The label of the session is also added to the header and footer of every printed page. The labels can be printed because of a printing adapter. The Trusted Extensions printing adapter determines the host label or the zone label at which the print request was initiated. The adapter passes along this label information with the print job to enable the printed output to be labeled.

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