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Can I export the admin console from WAS to WSAD and then use it to administer/read the WSAD configuration?
 
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No, the admin depends on the WAS config files in order to administer it. Not even sure why you'd want to do this as WSAD is pretty sweet.
 
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Sandra,
The WAS admin console is available in WSAD. Open a server configuration editor. Go to the second tab. Check the checkmark for the WAS console. After starting the server you can then use the WAS admin console (attach via http://localhost:9090/admin).
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