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Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration

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Updated: March 2019
 
 

Administration Tools for Trusted Extensions

Administration on a system that is configured with Trusted Extensions uses many of the same tools that are available in the Oracle Solaris OS. Trusted Extensions offers security-enhanced tools as well. Administration tools are available only to roles. The following table summarizes these administrative tools.

Table 10  Trusted Extensions Administrative Tools
Tool
Description
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/usr/sbin/labeladm
Enables and disables Trusted Extensions.
Also used to install a label encodings file.
/usr/sbin/txzonemgr
Creates the Labeled Zone Manager GUI for creating and configuring labeled zones, including networking.
Command-line options enable automatic creation of user-named zones.
See Creating Labeled Zones and the txzonemgr(8) man page.
txzonemgr is a zenity (1) script.
Trusted Extensions commands
Used to perform administrative tasks
For the list of administrative commands and configuration files, see List of Trusted Extensions Man Pages.