"Frances Stewart" <francess@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote
in message
> That is correct. The -instance iseriesExpressInstanceName  will allow the
> tool to pick up a (as in any old) wsadmin.properties file in order to
> continue on and connect to your WAS server running on the remote machine.

Ok, I think my confusion has been cleared up ... so long as I have any
instance I can connect to a remote system.

I just ran wsadmin, specifying a local instance, but remote host & port and
was able to run admin commands.



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