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Solaris Trusted Extensions Installation and Configuration
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Configuring an LDAP Server on a Trusted Extensions Host (Task Map)



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Set up a Trusted Extensions LDAP server.

If you do not have an existing Sun Java System Directory Server, make your first Trusted Extensions system the Directory Server. The other Trusted Extensions systems are clients of this server.

Collect Information for the Directory Server for LDAP

Install the Sun Java System Directory Server

Protect Access Logs for the Sun Java System Directory Server

Protect Error Logs for the Sun Java System Directory Server

Configure a Multilevel Port for the Sun Java System Directory Server

Add Trusted Extensions databases to the server.

Populate the LDAP server with data from the Trusted Extensions system files.

Populate the Sun Java System Directory Server

Configure the Solaris Management Console to work with the Directory Server.

Manually set up an LDAP toolbox for the Solaris Management Console. The toolbox can be used to modify Trusted Extensions attributes on network objects.

Configuring the Solaris Management Console for LDAP (Task Map)

Configure all other Trusted Extensions systems as clients of this server.

When you configure another system with Trusted Extensions, make the system a client of this LDAP server.

Make the Global Zone an LDAP Client in Trusted Extensions

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