Like many analogies, there is always a place where they don't completely hold. Our front door lock scenario is no different and it falls short when it comes to disabling security, unless removing the front door lock would make any sense and it could be considered as a possibility.
There are going to be situations in which you will need to temporarily disable global security. For instance, during the installation of WebSphere Portal, which installs on top of a WebSphere Application Server layer, you are asked to disable global security to perform some of the configuration tasks.
In this chapter so far, we have been using the WebSphere Console. You will see in the next few paragraphs how easily global security can be disabled. The word 'easily' in the last sentence implies simplicity, not that it is unsecure. For this task, you will need the following additional information:
Connection type: Protocol to be used between the
wsadmin.shJVM and the deployment manager. We will...