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If you are using the Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition for the LDAP naming service, check that the initial setup team configured the tsol_ldap.tbx toolbox. For the procedure, see Configuring the Solaris Management Console for LDAP (Task Map) in Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions Configuration Guide.
For details on setting up users and roles, see the following:
In Trusted Extensions, the System Administrator role is responsible for determining who can access the system. The system administrator is responsible for the following tasks:
Adding and deleting users
Adding and deleting roles
Modifying user and role configurations, other than security attributes
In Trusted Extensions, the Security Administrator role is responsible for all security attributes of a user or role. The security administrator is responsible for the following tasks:
Assigning and modifying the security attributes of a user, role, or rights profile
Creating and modifying rights profiles
Assigning rights profiles to a user or role
Assigning privileges to a user, role, or rights profile
Assigning authorizations to a user, a role, or rights profile
Removing privileges from a user, role, or rights profile
Removing authorizations from a user, role, or rights profile
Typically, the Security Administrator role creates rights profiles. However, if a profile needs capabilities that the Security Administrator role cannot grant, then superuser or the Primary Administrator role can create the profile.
Before creating a rights profile, the security administrator needs to analyze whether any of the commands or actions in the new profile need privilege or authorization to be successful. The man pages for individual commands list the privileges and authorizations that might be needed. For examples of actions that require privileges and authorizations, see the exec_attr database.