SUMMARY: Is it safe to remove SEAM?

From: Debbie Tropiano <>
Date: Fri Apr 04 2003 - 12:01:34 EST
Folks -

Well, I removed the SEAM packages and rebooted the system and
things seemed to be OK, so I would surmise that it is "safe".
However, the MIT Kerberos still didn't inter-operate with the
Cisco networking devices as well as we needed, so we're going
to use TACACS instead and have reverted to SEAM on the Solaris
side of things.


My original message:
> Folks -
> I'm working on installing/configuring MIT Kerberos on my Solaris 9
> system and keep running into the Solaris SEAM stuff, thus I would
> like to just remove all of the SEAM packages.  Before I mess up
> my system, I'd like opinions on whether or not that would be "safe".
> What do y'all think?
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> Debbie

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