A new cc-config-rhel71 package is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
The cc-config-rhel71 package contains various artifacts from the Red HatEnterprise Linux 7.1 Common Criteria evaluation under OSPP v2.0.
It includes aKickstart script to put the system into the certified configuration.
It alsoincludes the configuration guide which contains system administration detailsabout managing certified systems.

There is also a test plan that describes howthe system is tested.

Finally, the package contains the test suite used for theevaluation.This enhancement update adds the cc-config-rhel71 package to Red HatEnterprise Linux 7. (BZ#1376509)All users who require cc-config-rhel71 should install this new package.
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released erratarelevant to your system have been applied.For details on how to apply this update, refer to:https://access.redhat.com/articles/11258Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server EUS (v. 7.1)

SRPMS:
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.ael7b_1.src.rpm
    MD5: 57406ba9f07b1bd64903b7d3fd63b9b7SHA-256: 761326b0b9b50471bf3b064caf167187765e1eb9dab23b87276dd0569201b01d
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.el7_1.src.rpm
    MD5: 84fca3a2f368490a068ab9c18d84547dSHA-256: 435c7cf4652bb4be483ade86d9053196cb1248e551386787fea0d7eecf7b0447
 
PPC:
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.el7_1.noarch.rpm
    MD5: c8a4dede24c3dd59a34c6e7a47f4a15aSHA-256: 5414d69deeefae95b8f84f9ddb5000d284c3b18acd9e9686cc2ffe2b5e1eaaa2
 
PPC64LE:
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.ael7b_1.noarch.rpm
    MD5: 03cf73f7ad26e80e4f40f74fb4ded787SHA-256: 076dfa0682625d3eebc26752aca3c47331c6cb0da09460227b0479b009f3e27e
 
s390x:
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.el7_1.noarch.rpm
    MD5: c8a4dede24c3dd59a34c6e7a47f4a15aSHA-256: 5414d69deeefae95b8f84f9ddb5000d284c3b18acd9e9686cc2ffe2b5e1eaaa2
 
x86_64:
cc-config-rhel71-1.0-3.el7_1.noarch.rpm
    MD5: c8a4dede24c3dd59a34c6e7a47f4a15aSHA-256: 5414d69deeefae95b8f84f9ddb5000d284c3b18acd9e9686cc2ffe2b5e1eaaa2
 
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