I am having trouble building a package for a very locked down environment. There is a Java applet that I need to capture the plug-in that you are prompted to install when you first visit the page. The web site is for the Canadian government (http://www.owners.gc.ca). I have found some info on AppDeply that does something similar but not quite the same (http://www.appdeploy.com/packages/detail.asp?id=285) My problem is where do the java script files go and how are they called by the browser? Any insight would be appreciated...
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If the files are Java script then the client should not have them installed. They might be found in the browser cache. If the application is a Java applet you should see some .jar files installed on the system. A setup capture should be good enough to capture the necessary system changes.
Answered 08/02/2005 by: kkaminsk
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