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Should Weblogic have its own group and user account on Solaris 9 when installing Weblogic 8.1?
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The way I set up all managed servers here is to used a non-privileged account for weblogic. I never needed a seperate group for weblogic.

The only issue with a non-privileged account is if you wish to listen on a port below 1024 (ie. port 80). You will need to setup a 'Unix Machine' in the console and set the appropriate port binding options. I didn't need to do this because I proxy requests from an apache box that sits in front of my weblogic servers.
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