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Enable Elytron in WildFly 2

Hooray, we have already a simple way to enable Elytron accross all the default server profiles. The JBoss CLI script was added to the application server distribution! You can find it in the docs/examples/enable-elytron.cli file.

Download the WildFly nightly build as was shown in the last entry and then let's just execute the CLI script:

bin/jboss-cli.sh --file=docs/examples/enable-elytron.cli

That's it :)


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