My questions might seem very basic as I am semi-technical + business combo. I seem to have set-up the appliance in VMWare Workstation along with settings related to jboss. I am looking to get further understanding on accessing adminui. I know that you have specified <your_IP_address>. But that doesn't seem to work. Are you refering to IP address of appliance. I hope to have your feedback so that I can get this up and running. Please bear in mind my background when you reply so that we don't have to go back and forth. Thanks for your help.
Yes, you need to replace <your_IP_address> with the IP address the appliance has (hopefully) picked up from your network's DHCP server (assuming that is what you chose to do when the appliance was started for the first time).
Start the command prompt of the appliance (it is SUSE Enterprise Linux 11), switch to the 'root' user and run the command 'ifconfig' which should tell you the IP address of the appliance. Instructions on these are available in the readme here:
Well, I guess it did pick ip address from DHCP server, but here
's what I am getting as error. (XX are protected for pricvacy)
While trying to retrieve the URL: http://XX.XX.XX:8080/adminui
The following error was encountered:
We can not connect to the server you have requested.
This means that:
Please try later to see if you can go through.
So, I have been able to get it up and running !!!! Yay !!!
As I accessing different options, one of the places that
I am exploring is rights management. I am not able to login right manageme
nt page with 'administrator' and 'password' login/password. Anything I am missing here ?
Thanks in advance.
This is as designed - the "Administrator" super user cannot login to that UI (/edc/Login.do).
You have to first create a user with the role of "LiveCycle Rights Management User" using the AdminUI.
Well, the other thing that I stumbled upon while looking at rights management is the need to configure ssl. After following the steps mentioned in readme, I am not been able to kick-off jboss again. what potentially can i be missing ?
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