This procedure creates two labeled workspaces and opens a labeled window in each labeled workspace. When this task is completed, you have a working, non-networked Trusted Extensions system.
Before You Begin
You are the initial user.
The label of the PUBLIC workspace corresponds to the Default User Sensitivity Label.
You are in a PUBLIC workspace.
The window is labeled PUBLIC.
If you are using a site-specific label_encodings file, you are creating a workspace from the value of Default User Clearance.
You are in an INTERNAL workspace.
The window is labeled CONFIDENTIAL : INTERNAL USE ONLY.
Your system is ready to use. You have two user workspaces and a role workspace. In this configuration, the labeled zones use the same IP address as the global zone to communicate with other systems. They can do so because, by default, they share the IP address as an all-zones interface.
If you plan to have your Trusted Extensions system communicate with other systems, go to Configuring the Network Interfaces in Trusted Extensions.