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The security administrator has completed the label_encodings file. However, apart from the label_encodings file, labeling decisions at SecCompany need to be enforced on users and on printers.
For every user, the security administrator needs to specify the following:
The appropriate clearance
The default, PUBLIC, is too low for employees, but is required to prevent non-employees from accessing company files. For assistance, see Planning the Clearances in a Worksheet.
The appropriate minimum label
The default, PUBLIC, is not a company label. Company files start at the INTERNAL_USE_ONLY label. For assistance, see Planning the Minimum Labels in an Accreditation Range.
The security administrator can hide labels from users and can enable users to bypass certain Trusted Extensions print security features by assigning authorizations to the users.
For more information, see Managing Users and Rights (Task Map) in Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration.
For every printer, the security administrator can specify a label range. On public printers, the administrator might choose to turn off visible labels. For printer configuration procedures, see Managing Printing in Trusted Extensions (Task Map) in Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration.