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The /usr/sbin/txzonemgr command is a zone and network configuration tool that offers two modes.
As a CLI, the command creates labeled zones from existing files. When run with the -c command option, the CLI creates and boots two labeled zones. The -d option deletes all labeled zones.
As a GUI, the script displays a dialog box with the title Labeled Zone Manager. This GUI guides you through creating and booting labeled zones. The script includes cloning a zone to create a snapshot. Additionally, the GUI provides networking, naming service, and LDAP configuration menus. The script handles IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
The txzonemgr command runs a zenity(1) script. The Labeled Zone Manager dialog box displays only valid choices for the current configuration status of a labeled zone. For instance, if a zone is already labeled, the Label menu item is not displayed.