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5.5. Disable Remote Access to the JMX Subsystem

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Remote access to the JMX subsystem allows you to trigger JDK and application management operations remotely. In order to secure an installation, disable this function either by removing the remoting connector or removing the JMX subsystem. The example Management CLI commands are suitable for a managed domain. For a standalone server, remove the /profile=default prefix from the commands.

Note

In a managed domain the remoting connector is removed from the JMX subsystem by default. This command is provided for your information, in case you add it during development.

Example 5.5. Remove the Remoting Connector from the JMX Subsystem

/profile=default/subsystem=jmx/remoting-connector=jmx/:remove

Example 5.6. Remove the JMX Subsystem

For a managed domain, run this command for each profile.
/profile=default/subsystem=jmx/:remove
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