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1.  Introduction to Trusted Extensions Software

2.  Logging In to Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

Desktops and Login in Trusted Extensions

Trusted Extensions Login Process

Desktop Choice Before Login

Identification and Authentication During Login

Review Security Attributes During Login

Logging In to Trusted Extensions

Choose a Trusted Desktop

Identify and Authenticate Yourself to the System

Check Messages and Select Session Type

Troubleshoot Login Problems

Logging In Remotely to Trusted Extensions

How to Log In to a Remote Trusted Extensions Desktop

3.  Working in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

4.  Elements of Trusted Extensions (Reference)



Logging In Remotely to Trusted Extensions

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) provides a way for you to access a central Trusted Extensions system from your laptop or home computer. The administrator at your site must configure the Oracle Solaris Xvnc software to run on the Trusted Extensions server and the Oracle Solaris VNC software to run on the client systems. You can work at any label in your label range that is installed on the server.

How to Log In to a Remote Trusted Extensions Desktop

Before You Begin

Your administrator has completed How to Use Xvnc to Remotely Access a Trusted Extensions System in Trusted Extensions Administrator’s Procedures.

  1. In a terminal window, connect to the Xvnc server.

    Type the name of the server that your administrator has configured with Xvnc.

    % /usr/bin/vncviewer Xvnc-server
  2. Log in.

    Follow the procedures in Logging In to Trusted Extensions.

    You can now work on the Trusted Extensions desktop in the VNC viewer.