A remote login between two Trusted Extensions hosts is considered to be an extension of the current login session.
An authorization is not required when the rlogin command does not prompt for a password. If an /etc/hosts.equiv file or a .rhosts file in the user's home directory on the remote host lists either the username or the host from which the remote login is being attempted, no password is required. For more information, see the rhosts(4) and rlogin(1) man pages.
For all other remote logins, including logins with the ftp command, the Remote Login authorization is required.
To create a rights profile that includes the Remote Login authorization, see Managing Users and Rights With the Solaris Management Console (Task Map).