Need to deploy java 7u51 to multiple clients, but do not want the user to have to click on "run or cancel" during the launch of java. I have been searching blogs and cant find a solution. I have also tried adding the website to the Java console, but that has no effect either.

 

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  • How do I find the application certificate?
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When you said you added the web site to the console, do you mean you added it to the execption list?  You may also have to add the cert as trusted.

try also

Open Java control panel

Open Security tab
Clik on "Manage Certificates"
Select Certificate Type as "Secure Site"
Add the application certificate.

Answered 04/30/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • How do I find the appilcation certificate? This is a web program bare in mind. Thanks.
    • If it has a cert it should have presented itself to you when you clicked on the url.
      It may be this is an old file and you need to talk to the vendor to update it with the proper permission attributes.
      https://www.java.com/en/download/help/java_blocked.xml
      • I am still getting "Part of the application is missing a difital signature. Only run if you trust the origin of the application". This after I click on details when seeing the "Do You Want To Run This App" message. Any thoughts?
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As of Java update 51...most unsigned or self signed sites are blocked...so i'm guessing you've dropped your security level.  The users can Add the site to the site exception list.  Open Java Control Panel, Security Tab, Edit Site List... (this button is only available after update 51 is installed and the file by default is stored in the users profile)

Click the Add button, Enter url into available slot, click ok.

....For my client i implement a standard location so i can maintain a list if new sites need to be corporately added.  But that is a lot of extra typing, so i'll leave that out for now.

Answered 05/13/2014 by: Guttormr1
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