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policy.conf(4)			 File Formats			policy.conf(4)

NAME
       policy.conf - configuration file	for security policy

SYNOPSIS
       /etc/security/policy.conf

DESCRIPTION
       The  policy.conf	 file  provides	 the security policy configuration for
       user-level attributes. Each entry consists of a key/value pair  in  the
       form:

	      key=value

       The following keys are defined:

       AUTHS_GRANTED
	     Specifies the default set of authorizations granted to all	users.
	     This entry	is interpreted by chkauthattr(3SECDB).	The  value  is
	     one   or	more   comma-separated	 authorizations	  defined   in
	     auth_attr(4).

       PROFS_GRANTED
	     Specifies the default set of profiles granted to all users.  This
	     entry   is	  interpreted	by   chkauthattr(3SECDB)  and  getexe-
	     cuser(3SECDB). The	value is one or	more comma-separated  profiles
	     defined in	prof_attr(4).

       The key/value pair must appear on a single line,	and the	key must start
       the line. Lines starting	with # are taken as comments and ignored.  Op-
       tion name comparisons are case-insensitive.

EXAMPLES
       Example 1: Defining a key/value pair

       AUTHS_GRANTED=com.sun.date

FILES
       /etc/user_attr
	     Defines extended user attributes.

       /etc/security/auth_attr
	     Defines authorizations.

       /etc/security/prof_attr
	     Defines profiles.

       /etc/security/policy.conf
	     Defines policy for	the system.

SEE ALSO
       pfexec(1),   chkauthattr(3SECDB),   getexecuser(3SECDB),	 auth_attr(4),
       prof_attr(4), user_attr(4)

SunOS 5.9			  11 Feb 2000			policy.conf(4)

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