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How Do I access WebSphere Admin using Web Based Browser

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hello

I have installed WebSphere Advanced Edition 4.0 on my Linux server. Now I can access web server same plugin request using URl http://mywebserverip/webapp/examples/showCfg..

Now How do configure my websphere admin to access on web browser (http://myserverip:port/admin) my Web Browser to configure websphere and deploy applications through web browser.

Does any one configure websphere admin on web browser.
I am very tried to configure websphere admin on web browser.

Can anyone help me with this?
Thanks in Advanced
Uday Kulkarni
uday.kulkarni@saterisystems.com
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WebSphere 5 and above use web browswers for admin.

You have Web Sphere 4.  simply run the adminclient.sh in the /usr/WebSphere/AppServer/bin directory.  
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