Page created: 10 Dec 2021 |
Page updated: 14 Jan 2022
You can use a single console to manage multiple servers.
To select which server you want to manage, use one of the following four methods:
To use the application.yml file to select a server for the
administrative console to manage:
ldap.serverproperty to the address of the LDAP server to bind to.
Restart the console using the following command.
dsconfig set-connection-handler-prop \ --handler-name "<HTTPS Connection Handler>" \ --set enabled:false dsconfig set-connection-handler-prop \ --handler-name "<HTTPS Connection Handler>" \ --set enabled:true
- Set the
To switch between managed servers in a single topology while signed on to the
administrative console, in the Servers list, select the
server you want to manage.
To select a server when single sign-on (SSO) is not enabled and the
login.hide-serverproperty in application.yml is
- If you are signed on to the console, sign off of your current session.
- Change the Server field value on the console sign-on page to the address of the LDAP server you want to manage.
To select a server when SSO is enabled:
Enter the console URL with the
ldaps-portquery parameters specified when accessing the console.
In the following example URL, <hostname> is localhost, <port> is 443, ldap-hostname is ldap.host, and the ldaps-port is 636.
- Enter the console URL with the