Hi Community !

I'm face to a problem actually.

In my enterprise, we install Java by MDT okay no problem but I have seen for an unknown reason, the option "Enable Java content in browser" disabled on a lot of computers.

That I would to do is force this option by GPO. I have seen that when I disable the option in the control panel of Java, the value present in :

C:\Users\%username%\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\deployment.properties

deployment.webjava.enabled=false appears. Okay, no problem, and when I enable the option this line disapears. Okay, why not.

Howerver :

1- When I put deployment.webjava.enabled=true instead of deployment.webjava.enabled=false there is no change. 

2- When I delete the line in the deployment.properties file, the option is not activated in the control panel of Java.

3- We can find the same value in the registry HKCU\Software\AppDataLow\Software\JavaSoft\DeploymentProperties and if I change them manually there is no change in the control panel of Java.

The version of Java concerned is Java SE 7_67

Is anyone have an idea? 

Have a good day community ! :)


Arnaud

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Make life simpler by deployting this file on a system level rather than user level. See here for details.
Answered 01/09/2015 by: VBScab
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In reality I have checked the Oracle documentation in first to check which value to modify in the deployment.properties file. When you talk about system level, you talk about the deployment.config file I think?
I'll do a try and reply soon. 
Thank you 
Answered 01/12/2015 by: cavaleos
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  • Read the article in full. It's pretty straightforward. I've used this configuration at countless clients.
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