Originally Posted by 273
Check your SSH deamon config file, on Linux it's in /etc/ssh/sshd_config but I don't recall where it is on Solaris
At the very same location.
Solaris does indeed forbids root login from ssh by default.
There is another file, /etc/default/login, which restricts root to log in only on the console.
In any case, I would recommend to leave the ssh and login configuration as they are, create and use a regular user account for remote login, and use su, sudo, pfexec or similar to get administrative rights.