A non-authenticating server will allow anyone to connect to it and to use it. Results are stored on the server under subdirectories corresponding to usernames on the client machines. Exactly the same installation procedure is used as for that of the authenticating server i.e. you use the
install-jemboss-server.sh script and answer the questions in the same way. However, when the following question appears:
Do you want Jemboss to use unix authorisation (y/n) [y]?
You should answer
n. After doing so you will not be asked for any UID for a tomcat user nor be asked for any authentication method such as PAM. The remaining prompts are the same as for the authenticating server. At the end of the installation script there is no requirement to change the ownership and privileges of the jembossctl application.
If you wish remote clients to be launched from a web page then follow the instructions for running