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Solaris Trusted Extensions Transition Guide
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The Solaris Trusted Extensions Release

SolarisTM Trusted Extensions software is a specific configuration of the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS). Solaris Trusted Extensions (Trusted Extensions) provides labels for local objects and processes, for the desktop and windowing system, for zones and file systems, and for network communications. Trusted Extensions software is delivered in packages that are added to a version of the Solaris OS.

Trusted Extensions depends on features in the Solaris release to which the Trusted Extensions packages are added. Trusted Extensions software does not replace any Solaris components, but the software does modify certain policy settings.

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