1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 14, 2010 2:53 AM by 843802 RSS

    JRE 1.6.0_19 Deployment Help!!

    843802
      Hello everyone,

      New to Java and need some help concerning deployment of the JRE 1.6.0_19.

      I have a silent package of the JRE 1.6.0_19 plug-in ready to go. I have included the basic command lines /lang=%LANG_ID% /s /v"/qn REBOOT=Suppress ADDLOCAL=ALL /L c:\sj160_19.log IEXPLORER=1 JAVAUPDATE=0 WEBSTARTICON=1 EULA=1". This I have no issues with.

      My issue is that there are additional settings that I would like to change as part of my deployment to which I can't find either the registry keys or .ini files :(

      The two settings (found in the Java Control Panel applet) that I would need changed are the following:

      1. General (tab) | Temporary Internet Files | Settings "*Keep Temporary files on my computer*" I would like to have this setting unchecked.

      2. Advanced (tab) | Security | Mixed code (Sandboxed vs.trusted) security verification | "*Enabled - hide warning and run protrections*" I would like to set this as the default.

      How would you set these settings in a deployment package? I have no idea how to change these settings without first installing the JRE plug-in then start the Java Control Panel and then manually change the settings. This option is simply not a good idea for a company of 7000 users.

      Thanks for your help in advance as any help is appreciated
      and sorry if this is posted in the wrong section
        • 1. Re: JRE 1.6.0_19 Deployment Help!!
          843802
          Hi Mike,

          there is a deployment.properties file in every jre installation. Like: C:/WINNT/Sun/Java/Deployment.

          You can edit the file with Notepad or any text edtior. By adding the line

          deployment.security.mixcode=HIDE_RUN

          This sets the new security Option to "Enabled - hide warning and run protrections"

          I think theres a similar deployment setting for the temporary files problem, but i cant find it atm.

          I`ll edit it when i find it.



          So you can Rollout the modified deployment.properties File with your JRE Rollout.


          Greetings,
          Tim

          Edited by: Tim.Vahrenbrink on Apr 14, 2010 12:52 AM