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It looks like the Solaris Management Console (SMC) is written in Java.   I can bring this is up on a client machine by setting the DISPLAY variable, correct?
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Yes, assuming your client allows the remote sysetm to do this.
If you're in a low-security shop, you might be able to make this work with 'xhost +<server>' on the client machine.
If you're in a high-security shop, use SSH with X-Windows tunneling.
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