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I am having the same issue. In short - my unsigned application now prompts the user to 'accept'. From what I can tell, is it now impossible to have no security prompt? Even in the case of a signed applet with sandbox restrictions?
Thanks for any help,
This is a big problem, i found this discussion http://www.labareweb.com/java-1-7-auto-update-deployment-with-sccmmdt/ is large but it has the answer
actually the issue i was talking about was regarding the java 7 update 21 , in which Java has some security updates due to which the unsigned or self signed applets will be declared as unsafe and the user will be prompted for unblocking the applet code. I was facing the issue on signing the mixed code, so i need to stop those pop ups from my code. The link you specified was machine specific. you can check this link . I tried with trust-only attribute, this attribute blocking the prompts. But after the applets i run some js which render my page, so java is taking some time in rendering,which i think is due to blocking these prompts. Now i am trying by signing all my applets. Will share the result here.
Edited by: 997485 on May 28, 2013 11:51 PM