981790 wrote:Such an option SHOULD exist.
Not sure - We're certain such an option exists?
981790 wrote:The idea is to use the Java updater to update existing runtimes in stead of reinstalling new ones all the time. Then you'd have only one copy of Java 6 and only one copy of Java 7 at all times. That works great on a per machine basis.
I'm worried it will do a side by side install based two things:
what [little] I've seen in our Java deployments (I remember seeing 6u21, 6u27, 6u35, 6u37 on machines that hat 7u9)
the wording on this page: http://java.com/en/download/faq/remove_olderversions.xmlYes that's a standard security related disclaimer. "If you have older versions lying around, you run some risk and we're not going to be held responsible for it" bla bla bla.