Exporting/Importing Java Trusted Certificates / Suppressing Java prompt issue
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Firstly, when I click on Export it doesn't provide a filetype. After some reading it seems like I should use .p12, so I've been giving that extension to the exported certificates (although I also tried .csr with the same results). That seems to work, and when I Import it back in using the Import button the certificate shows up in the Trusted Certificate list. However, if that computer goes to the aforementioned site it still gets the java pop up. I've also tried importing the certificate using cmd prompt and the keytool.exe. Again, it appears to import the certificate correctly, yet the pop up still shows on the site. Is there some other place you need to make a change to to suppress that pop up? Am I going about this the wrong way? We are using Java 8u91 (machines have both the x64 and x86 vers) Thanks.
Community Chosen Answer
If you're using 'deployment.properties' - and why wouldn't you be, unless you enjoy constantly reacting to Helpdesk calls about "out-of-date" JREs? - you can add this line to it:
and then put your 'trusted.certs' file - which you can create on your own machine - in the location specified. No more faffing about with disseminating this junk to individual user's profiles!
The 'deployment.properties' file is documented here.
Lastly, please remove your duplicate posts. Thanks!