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Solaris Networking Services

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How to remove the following networking services in Solaris?
a. fingerd
b. rshd or remshd
c. tftpd
d. rusersd
e. rlogind
f. rwhod
g. whois
h. rexec
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What version of Solaris.

In Solaris 10, use inetadm

inetadm -e enables and inetadm -d disables.

In Solaris 9 or lower, you would edit the /etc/inetd.conf file and comment out the lines with services you don't need running.
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