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I've had issues with the security level too. One of the problems is that the security level is a user-based setting. So even if you get it to work, if an other user logs into the system it will default to a high level of security. The solution I'm using can be found here:1 person found this helpful
Create the following file
Open it with notepad and put the following lines in the file:
This system-level deployment.properties overwrites the user-level deployment.properties file. The first line sets the security level to medium, however, users still have the ability to change the setting. The second line locks the setting so it cannot be change. On 7v17 you can also use "LOW" but in 7u21 they've removed the option for low security settings.
It's work noting that the key "deployment.security.level" is not documented on the link posted above. You can find what user-level settings are being applied by looking at:
C:\Documents and Settings\adminbh\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\deployment.properties
-or- in the registry HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JavaSoft\DeploymentProperties
Yeah, based on other research, thats what Im doing... copying the config files to the workstation and then deploying without switches as part of a batch file.
Its frustrating to see that they released a documented command line switch in 7U10 and then abandon it with no mention in all future updates (I tested all versions U11-17).