The Advanced Management Console (AMC) offers system administrators greater and easier control in managing Java version compatibility and security updates for desktops within their enterprise and for ISVs with Java-based applications and solutions. This guide provides steps for installing and configuring AMC and information about supported browser platforms and components.
The Advanced Management Console (AMC) is available as part of Java SE Subscription, Java SE Advanced and SE Advanced Suite and requires a commercial license for use in production. For information about commercial features and how to enable them, see Oracle Java SE Advanced & Suite Products.
This document is intended for system administrators who are responsible for managing the Java desktop environment in their enterprise. The readers are expected to have some knowledge of browser platforms, Oracle WebLogic Server, and databases.
This document is intended for users who are installing any variant of the Java Advanced Management Console .
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