The Introduction to Advanced Management Console topic includes the following sections:
The Advanced Management Console provides system administrators with an insight into the Java applications that their users run and the versions of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) that are used. Administrators can use the Advanced Management Console to provide some control over the use of Java technology on desktops in their enterprise.
The Advanced Management Console provides the following capabilities:
Collection of information about Java applications that are run in the enterprise
Automated discovery of all installed versions of Java on desktops that the Advanced Management Console manages
Web-based analytics for data collected and for remote management
Management and distribution of deployment rule sets
Configuration of the MSI file for installing JREs
This guide contains the following topics that describe the capabilities of the Advanced Management Console:
The Advanced Management Console provides a browser-based user interface (UI). You must have a valid user account to log in.
If the Advanced Management Console is not yet installed, then see Installing and Configuring Advanced Management Console in the Advanced Management Console Installation and Configuration Guide. At least one administrator account must exist.
To start the Advanced Management Console UI:
/amcwebui/login.htmlin the browser, where host-name is the DNS name of the WebLogic server that hosts Advanced Management Console and
port-numberis the listen port of the WebLogic Server.
The browser must be set to allow cookies.
If you are using the Internet Explorer, then make sure that Display Intranet Sites in Compatibility View is not selected in Compatibility View Settings.
You must have an existing account to log in. The login ID is typically your email address.
Users are automatically logged out after a preset interval of inactivity.