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Control Center 6.1 - Conf Migrated from other server - EP's from old server
When a Control Center 6.1 configuration that has multiple EP's that is migrated to a new server, the EP's from the old server appear in the new setup. Why can't the EP's from the old configuration be deleted during installation or by running the c...
Control Center 6.1 Move server.xml file settings to database
Currently in version 6.1 a timeout value can be added to the server.xml file which is located in the installation directory under web\wlp\usr\servers\defaultServer. The IBM documentation says to add a parameter invalidationTimeout= and put the val...
Control Center 6.1 - Eliminate "This user is already logged into IBM Control Center web console" Message
Currently if a user is already logged onto the Web console and logs in again, they receive the message "This user is already logged into IBM Control Center web console". We would like to have a way of either turning this message off or customize t...
Currently in SCC there are two options to manage users' passwords. First one uses SCC internal store of users and passwords, second one uses Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) via IBM Sterling External Authentication Server (SEAS). What ...
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