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Java web console Vs Web-Based Enterprise Management(WBEM)

Java web console Vs Web-Based Enterprise Management(WBEM)

1. I like to understand the difference in purpose of using java web console and Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM)

2. As per CIS benchmark, both of them has to be disabled when not used for increased security.
Solaris admin(s) - Please let me know if you have disabled these tools on Solaris in your organization - If yes, how do you carry out administration task?
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cplxmodify(1M)															    cplxmodify(1M)

NAME
cplxmodify - modify an attribute of a system complex SYNOPSIS
ComplexName] username DESCRIPTION
The command modifies attributes of the complex of a partitionable system. The command is the equivalent, at the complex level, of the com- mand, which modifies attributes of an nPartition. The complex to be modified defaults to the local complex, the one on which the command is run. A remote complex can be identified by spec- ifying either the or option in combination with the option. Superuser permission is required to run this command on the local partition. If the option is used to access a remote partition or com- plex, superuser permission is not required on the local system, and the local system need not exist on an nPartition. If the option is specified, username on the remote host must have superuser permission or the command will fail. By the nature of its operation, this command can modify the configuration of its target complex. Operation can be affected by the state of the target complex's nPartition Configuration Privilege. If this privilege is unrestricted (the default), or the complex is accessed using the option, all operations are allowed. Otherwise the command fails. The option is unaffected by the state of the nPartition Configura- tion Privilege. Note: This privilege state can only be changed at the service processor's Command menu. Refer to the for a description of the partition management terms used in this man page. Options and Arguments recognizes the following command line options and arguments: Allows access to the complex specified by the option. The accessed complex is then considered the target complex. Access is through the service processor's LAN port. The option is required if this option is used. If this option is specified, the command prompts for a password. If an error is reported when you attempt to connect using this option, check to see that IPMI LAN access has not been disabled on the remote service processor. Access to the complex through IPMI over LAN can be enabled or disabled by logging on to the service processor and using the command from the Command Menu. The options are mutually exclusive. This option should only be used in combination with either the option. IPaddress|hostname specifies the IP address or hostname of the target partition or complex Changes the name of the target complex to ComplexName. This option may also be used to name a complex for the first time. The characters which can appear in a valid complex name are (dash), (underscore), " " (space) and (period). If the complex name includes a space, then the name should be enclosed in double quotes. The complex name can have a maximum of 20 characters; it should not start with a dash Specifies the required authorization to access a partition other than the local system (but can also be used as a loopback access to the local partition). The complex to be modified is the one in which this target partition resides. The option is required if this option is used. If this option is specified, the command prompts for a password. username specifies a configured user name on the target partition. Note: This command is a Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) Client Application. The option accesses the target partition using a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection. If errors are reported, check that the conditions described in the section are satisfied. RETURN VALUE
The command exits with one of the following values: Successful completion. Error condition occurred. EXAMPLES
Change the name of the local complex to "Basingstoke". Change the name of a remote complex to "Ploverleigh". The command prompts for the password. DEPENDENCIES
This command uses the Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) product and some of its configuration settings. If you encounter connection errors when using the option, check that the following two conditions are satisfied: o Use the command (see cimconfig(1M) in the WBEM product documentation) to verify (and correct if necessary) the setting of the following two variables: o o o The target partition's digital certificate has been appended to the local partition's Shared Authentication Store. For the nPartition commands, the Shared Authentication Store is stored in the file: This file is used by all the clients, which use SSL based certificates. If these clients trust a target partition, then the nPartition commands will also trust the target partition. Refer to the WBEM documents specified in the section below for further information. AUTHOR
was developed by the Hewlett-Packard Company. SEE ALSO
fruled(1), parstatus(1), frupower(1M), parconfig(1M), parcreate(1M), parmgr(1M), parmodify(1M), parolrad(1M), parremove(1M), parunlock(1M), partition(5). on on on cplxmodify(1M)

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