Hello All,

I was curious if anyone has worked with Kronos 7.07 here and if they ran into Java or any other issues.  If so, what is/was your approach to resolve it.

Any feed is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
AK
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I always have problems with Kronos and Java. They are usually never up to date with the security patches that come out for Java. We mainly use Kronos in IE, but after Java 1.8.0.u51 Kronos became extremely slow and unresponsive in the browser. Kronos solution was to use Firefox, so far that has worked well with the new Java update 1.8.0.u65. I should also mention that when I called them (Kronos) they had no plans or could tell me when they planned on updating or patching over the solution I got was to roll back to update 51. We are currently on version 6.3.14 of Kronos.
Answered 11/04/2015 by: matthew.dominguez
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I do not remember any as such. Post in your issue so that we can help you resolve it.
Answered 11/02/2015 by: apptopack
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If virtualization,  then post whether you sequenced using App-v or thinapp and what version you used.
Answered 11/02/2015 by: apptopack
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Most users hit issues with Kronos and Java.  You have to be very selective when deploying java updates as it normally breaks the browser extensions for Kronos.  You should test all deployments with kronos before making full organization changes.  After all that software normally creates your pay check.
Answered 11/04/2015 by: CraigT
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  • YES. We have a group of people/devices which receive patches before anyone else and one of the things we always test is Kronos.
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