Trusted Facility Manual (TFM)
The following topics describe the
security features required for administrators
by the Common Operating Environment (COE):
Administering user accounts
Describes how to use the Account Manager to create, delete, and
modify user accounts and groups, assign authorizations,
change and set passwords, and troubleshoot the
Managing system security
Introduces security concepts, outlines procedures
for administering security and controlling
Changing the system security profile
Describes the various security profiles and how to change them
with the SCOadmin Security Profile Manager.
Understanding file protection
Explains file and group attributes, permissions,
discretionary Access Control Lists (ACLs), and the
Auditing your system
Describes how to use the auditing subsystem to track activity on
your system. Topics include auditing concepts and purposes,
auditable events, managing and controlling the auditing subsystem,
and auditing commands.
Using system accounting
Details how to set up and administer connect, process, disk, and
fee accounting processes on your system using accounting programs.
Topics include accounting concepts, using
common accounting tasks, and running reports.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004