Solaris Trusted Extensions supports a trusted version of the Sun Java Desktop System, (Trusted JDS) as well as CDE. The Trusted CDE desktop continues to support the visible Trusted Solaris features, such as labels, trusted stripe, the Device Allocation Manager, the Admin Editor, and so on.
New administrative actions in CDE 1.7 are modified for security on the Trusted Extensions desktop. Actions that are unique to Trusted Extensions are in the Trusted_Extensions folder.
The Style Manager should not be run from the Application Manager when Trusted Extensions is configured, because the Style Manager requires the trusted path. Run the Style Manager from the Front Panel and the Workspace menu, where the Style Manager has the trusted path.
The contents of the Trusted_Extensions folder in the Application Manager has changed. Actions to administer zones have been added. NIS+ actions have been removed.
As in the Trusted Solaris 8 2/04 release, the CDE Workspace Menu can be customized to add actions. For details, see How to Customize the CDE Workspace Menu in Solaris Trusted Extensions User’s Guide.