I'm getting a Certificate Revocation error when installing Java v7u11 as a post install task on my K2000. I am pushing the full installer with the following command

jre-7u11-windows-i586.exe /s ADDLOCAL=ALL IEXPLORER=1 MOZILLA=1 REBOOT=suppress

I have the same code with the exception of file name for the 64 Bit plug in. I didn't have this issue with v7u10 or v7u9 so I am thinking it is an issue with update 11 itself but I'm not sure. Any Ideas or thoughts would be helpful. Thanks.

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It looks like this is an issue that pops up from time to time with Java installs as Windows cannot get an answer back about the certificate.  I tested this version and got the same error.  After a little research I found a registry key that can be disabled in order to bypass the certificate requirements.  I made a postinstall task to turn this key off:

reg.exe ADD "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings" /v CertificateRevocation /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

I would probably make another to turn this setting back on as I am not sure the full ramifications moving forward.

Also, here is the command line I use for java, which includes disabling the updaters:

jre-7u11-windows-i586.exe /s AgreeToLicense=YES IEXPLORER=1 MOZILLA=1 AUTOUPDATECHECK=0 JAVAUPDATE=0 JU=0

Hopefully that helps.

Answered 01/23/2013 by: andrew_lubchansky
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  • Andrew_Lubchansky's Method worked for me for Java7update 25, I ran this as a post installation task in Windows environment prior to installing Java.

    Life Saver!!!
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