When I set up my Jenkins master using the windows installer version and 
attempt to connect to a slave machine using "Launch Jenkins via Java 
webstart", I can connect the slave server to the master fine with no issues.

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However, I'm now required to launch the jenkins Master using "java -jar 
jenkins.war" so I can see the GUI interface being tested in realtime, but I 
cannot seem to create a connection to the slave machine this way (when I 
try to access the url on the slave machine, it says it cannot be displayed).

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What differences does running Jenkins these ways make (apart from being 
able to see the GUI be tested in real time)? Do I need to approach setting 
up the slave connection differently now I am using the java program? 

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