Hi All,
I am new to Appdeploy forum. Kindly help me on the below issue.

In my app, I have to login to the URL http://sl20doc02-d.corp.shire.com:8080/poc. While logging in for the first time in client network, its asking to trust the site and popping up a window with the below message.

The application digital signature is verified. Do you want to run the application?
Name: ResidentUcfInvoker_LaunchRuntimeApplet_0
Publisher: EMC Corporation
Location: http://sl20doc02-d.corp.shire.com:8080

If I click run on that, its popping the Is trusted site window. In that its asking to trust the site.


I dont know how to approach with this app. Kindly help me.
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Use Group Policy to add the site to the IE 'Trusted Sites'zone.

As usual with GP, use a group to scope the GPO first and the, when you're happy, open it to 'Authenticated Users', i.e. everybody in the domain.
Answered 08/26/2011 by: VBScab
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Thanks VBScab for ur suggestions .

I added http://sl20doc02-d.corp.shire.com:8080 to the trusted zone with the value 2. Eventhough I am getting the same pop up as below.

The application digital signature is verified. Do you want to run the application?
Name: ResidentUcfInvoker_LaunchRuntimeApplet_0
Publisher: EMC Corporation
Location: http://sl20doc02-d.corp.shire.com:8080

It creates trusted.certs file in "C:\Documents and settings\<Username>\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\Security\"
Answered 08/29/2011 by: bhagu_krish
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So include that file in your package. Obviously, as the file needs to be copied to the logged-in user's profile, you'll need to create a userlevel feature as a parent of an existing feature to trigger self-healing - if your package has advertised entry-point(s) such as a shortcut - or use Active Setup.
Answered 08/29/2011 by: VBScab
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Its not working even if we add that file...
Even if its working we cant replace the trusted.certs file already present in "C:\Documents and settings\<Username>\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\Security\".

Kindly refer http://itninja.com/question/adding-trusted-certs-in-package&mpage=1&key=镙 .
Answered 08/30/2011 by: bhagu_krish
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I exported and imported the certificate in java applet in .csr format. I think we can package it using keytool.exe.

Help me on the below issue.

While running the same URL I am get a pop up as below.

Upgrading Java applet cache
Please wait while your stored applets are updated for Java SE6.

How can i approach this?
Answered 09/02/2011 by: bhagu_krish
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I need commandline switches to import *.csr file to the JAVA applet.
Kindly help me on this.
Answered 09/07/2011 by: bhagu_krish
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