I have setup a post install task for Java. It prompts for a certificate message. Once I hit 'yes' it then proceeds with the rest of the scripted install. Here's what I have:

jre-7u9-windows-i586.exe /s ADDLOCAL=ALL IEXPLORER=1 MOZILLA=1 REBOOT=suppress 

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I forgot to add, this works fine on the x64 architecture using the same command line. It's really weird.

Answered 12/10/2012 by: akilpatrick
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I think it extracts a msi file in the backend so msi command might work.  Try adding in /qn before /s.  Not sure why it would work for x64 and not x86.

Answered 12/10/2012 by: Timi
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  • Tried adding the /qn and it didn't work.
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You can pass the msi switches by using the /v""

place your passed commands inside the quotes like this

jre-7u1-windows-i586.exe" /s /v"/norestart AUTOUPDATECHECK=0 JAVAUPDATE=0 JU=0"

mozilla and I explorer seem to be depreciated according to the documentation. 

Answered 12/11/2012 by: jdornan
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  • Tried this and it didn't work.

    jre-7u9-windows-i586.exe /s /v"/norestart AUTOUPDATECHECK=0 JAVAUPDATE=0 JU=0"
  • Interesting, Have you tried the deploy thread found here?
    http://www.itninja.com/software/oracle/java-2/7-552
  • I tried this;:

    Workaround:

    Start the jre-7u5-windows-i586.exe program manually. Browse to where it has extracted the temp files (C:\users\<someuserprofile>\appdata\locallow\sun or similar).

    Zip together the jre1.7.0_05.msi and Data1.cab files (you can cancel the started installation after this).

    with the command line options set too:
    msiexec.exe /i "jre1.7.0_09.msi" /qn

    And this time it worked in the sense that it didn't halt on the certificate error message, but it didn't install Java either.

    I read somewhere that the /qn options didn't work, so I'm going to retry now.
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just extract the MSI and you are able to do anything you want by using Commandline PROPERTIES or using an MST file with the configuration info.

Answered 12/11/2012 by: jaybee96
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  • Will try this and report back.
  • Looks like this didn't work either.
  • Hiplease verify that the date and time are correct in the machine. I had this during an implementation and it told me that the certificate was expired. When checking the date/time I found out that these were not correct
  • I've encountered the same problem and I have yet to find a solution. Fortunately KACE currently has the patch available for Java 7 update 9, but like yourself I've had to resort to manual installs for machines missing Java. I will post if I find a workaround.
  • Thank you, GeekSoldier. It's frustrating for sure.
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Take a look at the syntax used in this script. Let me know if the options work for you.

http://www.mockbox.net/configmgr-sccm/175-install-sun-java-update-silently

Most of it looks the same as the java switches we're all familiar with. The other option is to brave his installer .zip file available for download.

Answered 12/14/2012 by: GeekSoldier
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