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    I haven't played with JMX myself, but I do know that a lot more is exposed through JMX than through the ES Admin, and at least when ES Admin makes a change to the internal database, the ES5 core server checks to make sure that the user who is logged onto ES Admin and making that change has permissions to make that change. I would assume that the JMX controls that make changes work similarly.
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    Ok then.Will have to wait for the response from the ES Admin developer.Thanks a lot though you were very very very helpful

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    It's an HTTP login. If you open a browser to
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    http://yourES5ip.com:8080/jmx/read/com.electrotank.electroserver:type=ElectroServer
    Your browser should prompt you for the username and password. Replace "yourES5ip.com" with your IP or domain name, and replace 8080 by the port for the ES Admin.
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