So i have been racking my brain trying to make sense of Oracle's guides on setting up the files for deploying and managing java settings in an enterprise setting. And I feel like there is a surprising lack of information out there, for what i feel like it something a lot of people do.

So basically i am trying to deploy Java 8u45 to about 2000 workstations, and i am really just looking for some best practices from everyone on the best way to go about this and what kind of good references are out there.

I want to deploy java and suppress as many of the questions java asks when a website wants to load a java app so users don't go blocking things that aren't supposed to be blocked, and don't update java on their own.

Thanks for any help you all can provide!
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You haven't looked very far, then. IT Ninja is awash with entries about fully disabling stuff like auto-update, the brain-dead "out of date" message, etc., etc.

Most enterprise deployments use the system-level file rather than going through the (mildly irritating) pain of user-level, which is well documented on Oracle's site, too.

Answered 06/22/2015 by: VBScab
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