Can you clarify whether you are seeing this problem with TJDS and/or
TCDE? Also, please move this discussion to security-discuss. That is
where Trusted Extensions discussions should take place.
Danny Hayes wrote:
> We are running Solaris 10 U4 w/ Trusted Extensions on x86. When we open a
> console/terminal as the primaryadmin role in a labeled-zone the
> console/terminal window appears in the user’s workspace instead of the roles
> workspace as you would expect. When opening a console/terminal at
> unclassified “/dev/console: invalid argument attempt to make tty the console
> failed” appears in /export/home/primaryadmin/.dt/errolog in the unclassified
> zone. When we open a console/terminal as the primaryadmin role in the global
> zone the console/terminal appears in the roles workspace as you would expect.
> Even though the console/terminal opened in the correct workspace we received
> “/dev/console: Permission Denied –C console access denied” in
> /export/home/primaryadmin/.dt/errolog in the global zone. Our primaryadmin
> role is configured as instructed in the Trusted Extensions Installation and
> Configuration guide with Primary Administrator granted rights. This behavior
> is consistent for all roles listed in the Trusted Extensions Installation and
> Configuration guide. Is this a known issue or am I missing something?
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