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Solaris Trusted Extensions User's Guide
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Desktops and Login in Trusted Extensions

The desktop that you use in Trusted Extensions is protected. Labels provide a visible indication of protection. Applications, data, and your communications are labeled. The desktop is a trusted version of the GNOME desktop. The menu item is Solaris Trusted Extensions (GNOME).

The login screen is not labeled. The login process requires you to establish a label for your session. Once you have chosen a label, the desktop, its windows, and all applications are labeled. In addition, applications that affect security are visibly protected by a trusted path indicator.

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