Hi folks.

On our clients core build the above java applet is enabled.
I now have to package an application for a dozen or so admins to log on to an internet banking site.
The problem is it needs to have Microsoft Java Virtual Machine 5.0.0.3810 installed which requires that this java applet be disabled. I then have to package the cab file for this banking software.
I guess the question is that, does anybody know of a script that can temporarily disable this applet and do i add it to the JVM package or the banking software.
Hope i got my question across.

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Let me see if I have got this right:

You want to have two versions of Java installed on a workstation, but you want to force the banking site to use Java version 5...?
Answered 02/10/2006 by: brenthunter2005
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Not exactly Brent, the Java that already exists on the build is Java Run Time environment.
This needs to be disabled to allow the installation of Microsoft Java Virtual Machine.
Answered 02/10/2006 by: oreillyr
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This needs to be disabled to allow the installation of Microsoft Java Virtual Machine.

Microsoft's implementation of JVM is now redundant, and has been replaced by Sun's JVM (http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/java/). Are you saying that you have a website that still uses Microsoft's JVM.

If so, my understanding is that they should of updated their content to be compatible with Sun's JVM.

You can only have one vendors version of JVM available to Internet Explorer. I would be very hesitant to go backwards to Microsoft's JVM.
Answered 02/10/2006 by: brenthunter2005
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I think they have a support agreement until mid 2007.
Answered 02/10/2006 by: oreillyr
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