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On Solaris 10 it was located in /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf but that file is missing from a standard Solaris 11 install. When I run the command slocate gdm.conf the only file I get is /etc/dbus-1/system.d/gdm.conf which I don't this is the correct one.

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found with

find / |grep gdm

It's in /etc/gdm. for xdmcp it should suffice to write enable=true under [xdmcp] in custom.conf.

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