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Of course, any auth-data file should be read-only by root, or by the user who is assigned the role of SMC management. However, there is always an inherent risk in storing passwords in plain text in a file on any file system, since it could be removed and mounted on another system and its contents read directly. Alternatively, gaining unauthorized access to the auth-data file may allow a cracker to obtain administrative access to a large number of servers whose authentication tokens are stored in the file. One file is normally created for every server whose credentials must be locally stored.
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When you start the SMC, you are presented with a login screen (after a very long wait when used for the first time), as shown in Figure 12-1. This screen allows you to connect through to the server specified on the command line, or in the text box, and authenticate yourself as the administrator. Generally, the username will be root, but it could be any nonprivileged user who has been assigned administrative roles.
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FIGURE 12-1
SMC login screen
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Users, Groups, and the Sun Management Console
The main screen for the SMC is shown in Figure 12-2. As you see, there are three menus (Console, View, and Help), two tabs (Applications View and SMC Server View), a navigation pane on the left side, a view pane on the right side, and a status and information pane in the lower-right corner. By default, Applications View is enabled. To switch to SMC Server View, simply click the SMC Server View tab. In Applications View, shown in Figure 12-3, a number of broad headings are used to differentiate the applications used to manage the system. Each of these headings can be activated by clicking the appropriate text or folder icon in the navigation pane, after which a list of applications and application types appears in the view pane. As shown in the navigation pane, the classes of applications supported by SMC include Connectivity, Documentation, Infrastructure, Jobs, Security, Software, and User & Group.
FIGURE 12-2
SMC main screen
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FIGURE 12-3
SMC Applications View
There are several different Connectivity applications supported by SMC. These are shown in the view pane after selecting the Connectivity heading or folder icon, as shown in Figure 12-3. Supported applications include DNS Client, Default Routing, Network Interface, PPP Configuration, and Point to Point Protocol.
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In the Documentation class of applications, shown in Figure 12-4, only the Answerbook is supported.
FIGURE 12-4
SMC Documentation applications
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The Infrastructure class of applications, shown in Figure 12-5, includes AdminSuite, Admintool, Performance Meter, Shutdown/Restart Computer, Terminal, and Workstation Information.
FIGURE 12-5
SMC Infrastructure applications
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In the Jobs class of applications, shown in Figure 12-6, only the Process Manager is supported by default.
FIGURE 12-6
SMC Jobs applications
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In the Security class of applications, shown in Figure 12-7, only the Kerberos v5 server (SEAM) is supported by default.
FIGURE 12-7
SMC Security applications
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The Software class of applications, shown in Figure 12-8, supports DNS Server, Software Manager, and Solaris Product Registry.
FIGURE 12-8
SMC Software applications
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In the User & Group class of applications, shown in Figure 12-9, only the Change Root Password operation is supported by default. Every application listed underneath each main application class heading can be configured by the administrator, by double-clicking the appropriate heading and selecting
FIGURE 12-9
SMC User & Group applications
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Users, Groups, and the Sun Management Console
the software product to be configured. This operation is shown in Figure 12-10 for the DNS Server software package underneath the Software applications heading. The parameters that can be modified include the application name, the server name on which it is to be executed, and the user who will run the application.
FIGURE 12-10
SMC application configuration
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The list of applications in each category is limited to those installed by default in the Solaris installation. However, SMC becomes really useful only after a number of new applications are included in the toolbox. These can be configured on a per-system basis rather than having a one size fits all toolbox configuration. For example, a backup server might have Legato administration options added to SMC, while a database server might have the Oracle administration options integrated into SMC. To add a new application to an existing category, select Console | Add Application, as shown in Figure 12-11. Alternatively, if you want to remove an existing application from an existing SMC category, select the application in the view pane and then select Console | Remove Application. Finally, if you just want to modify the configuration of an existing application in an existing application category, select Console | Modify Application. When you choose to add an application, the Add Application dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 12-12. Here, you can choose the application type, application category,
FIGURE 12-11
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