Solaris Trusted Extensions Installation and Configuration for Solaris 10 11/06 and Solaris 10 8/07 Releases

ProcedureRegister LDAP Credentials With the Solaris Management Console

Before You Begin

You must be the root user on an LDAP server that is running Trusted Extensions. The server can be a proxy server.

Your Sun Java System Directory Server must be configured. You have completed one of the following configurations:

  1. Register the LDAP administrative credentials.

    # /usr/sadm/bin/dtsetup storeCred
    Administrator DN:Type the value for cn on your system
    Password:Type the Directory Manager password
    Password (confirm):Retype the password
  2. Verify communications with the Directory Server.

    # /usr/sadm/bin/dtsetup scopes
    Getting list of manageable scopes...
    Scope 1 file:Displays name of file scope
    Scope 2 ldap:Displays name of ldap scope

    Your LDAP server setup determines the LDAP scopes that are listed. After the server is registered, the LDAP toolbox can be edited, and then used.

Example 5–1 Registering LDAP Credentials

In this example, the name of the LDAP server is LDAP1, the name of the LDAP client is myhost, and the value for cn is the default, Directory Manager.

# /usr/sadm/bin/dtsetup storeCred
Administrator DN:cn=Directory Manager
Password (confirm):abcde1;!
# /usr/sadm/bin/dtsetup scopes
Getting list of manageable scopes...
Scope 1 file:/myhost/myhost
Scope 2 ldap:/myhost/cd=myhost,dc=example,dc=com