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Table of Contents

  1. Document Information

  2. Preface

  3. Who Should Use This Book

  4. Trusted Extensions and the Solaris Operating System

  5. How the Solaris Trusted Extensions Books Are Organized

  6. Related Books From Sun Microsystems

  7. Books From Elsewhere

  8. Related Third-Party Web Site References

  9. Documentation, Support, and Training

  10. Typographic Conventions

  11. Shell Prompts in Command Examples

  12. Initial Configuration of Trusted Extensions

  13. Security Planning for Trusted Extensions

  14. Planning for Security in Trusted Extensions

  15. Results of Enabling Trusted Extensions From an Administrator's Perspective

  16. Configuration Roadmap for Trusted Extensions

  17. Task Map: Preparing a Solaris System for Trusted Extensions

  18. Task Map: Preparing For and Enabling Trusted Extensions

  19. Task Map: Configuring Trusted Extensions

  20. Adding Solaris Trusted Extensions Software to the Solaris OS (Tasks)

  21. Initial Setup Team Responsibilities

  22. Installing or Upgrading the Solaris OS for Trusted Extensions

  23. Collecting Information and Making Decisions Before Enabling Trusted Extensions

  24. Enabling the Solaris Trusted Extensions Service

  25. Configuring Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  26. Setting Up the Global Zone in Trusted Extensions

  27. Creating Labeled Zones

  28. Adding Network Interfaces and Routing to Labeled Zones

  29. Creating Roles and Users in Trusted Extensions

  30. Creating Home Directories in Trusted Extensions

  31. Adding Users and Hosts to an Existing Trusted Network

  32. Troubleshooting Your Trusted Extensions Configuration

  33. Additional Trusted Extensions Configuration Tasks

  34. Configuring LDAP for Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  35. Configuring an LDAP Server on a Trusted Extensions Host (Task Map)

  36. Configuring an LDAP Proxy Server on a Trusted Extensions Host (Task Map)

  37. Configuring the Sun Java System Directory Server on a Trusted Extensions System

  38. Creating a Trusted Extensions Proxy for an Existing Sun Java System Directory Server

  39. Configuring the Solaris Management Console for LDAP (Task Map)

  40. Configuring a Headless System With Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  41. Headless System Configuration in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  42. Administration of Trusted Extensions

  43. Trusted Extensions Administration Concepts

  44. Trusted Extensions Software and the Solaris OS

  45. Basic Concepts of Trusted Extensions

  46. Trusted Extensions Administration Tools

  47. Administration Tools for Trusted Extensions

  48. txzonemgr Script

  49. Trusted CDE Actions

  50. Device Allocation Manager

  51. Solaris Management Console Tools

  52. Label Builder in Trusted Extensions

  53. Command Line Tools in Trusted Extensions

  54. Remote Administration in Trusted Extensions

  55. Getting Started as a Trusted Extensions Administrator (Tasks)

  56. What's New in Trusted Extensions

  57. Security Requirements When Administering Trusted Extensions

  58. Getting Started as a Trusted Extensions Administrator (Task Map)

  59. Security Requirements on a Trusted Extensions System (Overview)

  60. Configurable Solaris Security Features

  61. Security Requirements Enforcement

  62. Rules When Changing the Level of Security for Data

  63. Customization of Solaris Trusted Extensions (CDE)

  64. Administering Security Requirements in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  65. Common Tasks in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  66. Users, Rights, and Roles in Trusted Extensions (Overview)

  67. User Security Features in Trusted Extensions

  68. Administrator Responsibilities for Users

  69. Decisions to Make Before Creating Users in Trusted Extensions

  70. Default User Security Attributes in Trusted Extensions

  71. Configurable User Attributes in Trusted Extensions

  72. Security Attributes That Must Be Assigned to Users

  73. Managing Users, Rights, and Roles in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  74. Customizing the User Environment for Security (Task Map)

  75. Managing Users and Rights With the Solaris Management Console (Task Map)

  76. Handling Other Tasks in the Solaris Management Console (Task Map)

  77. Remote Administration in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  78. Secure Remote Administration in Trusted Extensions

  79. Methods for Administering Remote Systems in Trusted Extensions

  80. Remote Login by a Role in Trusted Extensions

  81. Administering Trusted Extensions Remotely (Task Map)

  82. Trusted Extensions and LDAP (Overview)

  83. Using a Naming Service in Trusted Extensions

  84. Using the LDAP Naming Service in Trusted Extensions

  85. Managing Zones in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  86. Zones in Trusted Extensions

  87. Global Zone Processes and Labeled Zones

  88. Zone Administration Utilities in Trusted Extensions

  89. Managing Zones (Task Map)

  90. Managing and Mounting Files in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  91. Sharing and Mounting Files in Trusted Extensions

  92. NFS Mounts in Trusted Extensions

  93. Sharing Files From a Labeled Zone

  94. Access to NFS Mounted Directories in Trusted Extensions

  95. Trusted Extensions Software and NFS Protocol Versions

  96. Backing Up, Sharing, and Mounting Labeled Files (Task Map)

  97. Trusted Networking (Overview)

  98. The Trusted Network

  99. Network Security Attributes in Trusted Extensions

  100. Trusted Network Fallback Mechanism

  101. Overview of Routing in Trusted Extensions

  102. Administration of Routing in Trusted Extensions

  103. Managing Networks in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  104. Managing the Trusted Network (Task Map)

  105. Configuring Trusted Network Databases (Task Map)

  106. Configuring Routes and Checking Network Information in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  107. Troubleshooting the Trusted Network (Task Map)

  108. Multilevel Mail in Trusted Extensions (Overview)

  109. Multilevel Mail Service

  110. Trusted Extensions Mail Features

  111. Managing Labeled Printing (Tasks)

  112. Labels, Printers, and Printing

  113. Managing Printing in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  114. Configuring Labeled Printing (Task Map)

  115. Reducing Printing Restrictions in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  116. Devices in Trusted Extensions (Overview)

  117. Device Protection With Trusted Extensions Software

  118. Device Allocation Manager GUI

  119. Enforcement of Device Security in Trusted Extensions

  120. Devices in Trusted Extensions (Reference)

  121. Managing Devices for Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  122. Handling Devices in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  123. Using Devices in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  124. Managing Devices in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  125. Customizing Device Authorizations in Trusted Extensions (Task Map)

  126. Trusted Extensions Auditing (Overview)

  127. Trusted Extensions and Auditing

  128. Audit Management by Role in Trusted Extensions

  129. Trusted Extensions Audit Reference

  130. Software Management in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  131. Adding Software to Trusted Extensions

  132. Trusted Processes in the Window System

  133. Managing Software in Trusted Extensions (Tasks)

  134. Site Security Policy

  135. Creating and Managing a Security Policy

  136. Site Security Policy and Trusted Extensions

  137. Computer Security Recommendations

  138. Physical Security Recommendations

  139. Personnel Security Recommendations

  140. Common Security Violations

  141. Additional Security References

  142. Using CDE Actions to Install Zones in Trusted Extensions

  143. Associating Network Interfaces With Zones by Using CDE Actions (Task Map)

  144. Preparing to Create Zones by Using CDE Actions (Task Map)

  145. Creating Labeled Zones by Using CDE Actions (Task Map)

  146. Configuration Checklist for Trusted Extensions

  147. Checklist for Configuring Trusted Extensions

  148. Quick Reference to Trusted Extensions Administration

  149. Administrative Interfaces in Trusted Extensions

  150. Solaris Interfaces Extended by Trusted Extensions

  151. Tighter Security Defaults in Trusted Extensions

  152. Limited Options in Trusted Extensions

  153. List of Trusted Extensions Man Pages

  154. Trusted Extensions Man Pages in Alphabetical Order

  155. Solaris Man Pages That Are Modified by Trusted Extensions

  156. Glossary

  157. Index

  158. Index

  159. Index

  160. Index

  161. Index

  162. Index

  163. Index

  164. Index

  165. Index


 
 
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