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Installing and Using the WarServer webapp and utilities


The WarServer allows you to administer remote servers when ftp and telnet are not available. When the WarServer is running on a remote server you can use the provided command line client program to excute shell scripts and upload or download files from the server using either the http or https protocols.

Systems Administrators - When you run the WarServer on each server in a server farm you can disable telnet and ftp and still control your servers. You can even control servers on your private network with safety. This means you can expose exactly one https port on each server and still control it.

Servlet Developers - You can run your own copy of the WarServer in each of your web applications in order to manage their content and execute back-end administrative functions.

Theory of Operation