On installing CA Privileged Identity Manager on Solaris, seosd service can be installed in SMF.
This article is about how to configure SMF for seosd service if SMF was not configured on installation.
SMF for seosd service can be configured after installation by following procedure:
# svcs seosd
execute following 2 lines only if seosd exists:
# svcadm disable seosd
# svccfg delete seosd
# cp <SEOSDIR>/data/SMF/seosd.xml /var/svc/manifest/application/security
# cp <SEOSDIR>/data/SMF/security-ca_ac /lib/svc/method
# svccfg import /var/svc/manifest/application/security/seosd.xml