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Typically, administrators use the rlogin and ssh commands to administer remote systems from the command line. Also, a virtual networking computer (vnc) can be used to remotely display a multilevel desktop.
The following methods of remote administration are possible in Trusted Extensions:
The root user can log in to a remote host from a terminal. See How to Log In Remotely From the Command Line in Trusted Extensions. This method works as it does on an Oracle Solaris system. This method is insecure.
A role can log in to a remote host from a terminal in the role workspace. See How to Log In Remotely From the Command Line in Trusted Extensions.
A user can log in to a remote multilevel desktop by using a vnc client program to connect to the Xvnc server on a Trusted Extensions system. See How to Use Xvnc to Remotely Access a Trusted Extensions System.