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In my research I found several post on how to deploy Java in Windows environments. For my purposes this is the method I used: The purposes: So Silent Install Java; Disable Auto - Update and Auto Check UPDATEs; • Download the Offline versions for 32 Bit and 64 Bit in • Run the executable to extract the binaries and get in C: Users% username% AppData LocalLow Sun Java (if you have not changed the way ). • Copy their folders ( and jre1.6.0_XX_x64 jre1.6.0_XX_ ) to a shared folder eg server software Sun Java. • Create two files with a text editor (Notepad, Notepad + +). A Batch file with the name you want ( install. Battlefield 4 Code Pc Sec there. bat ) and another deployment.config.
Hd Loader Ps2 Fat Swap. • Batch File Edit and put the following code: @echo off TITLE Sun J2SE Runtime Environment 6 Update 31. Crack Detection Matlab Code For Convolution. @spoirier: The web page says 'deployment.config' is the system-wide used config(!)file stored in the system/windows directory whereas 'deployment.properties' is the user-level properties(!)file stored in the AppData directory. You can use the configfile to point to a properties file that's not in the appdata folder but also in%WINDIR% Sun. @clrogon Thanks for your work but some things are a little twisted in your guide: 'HKLM SOFTWARE Wow6432Node JavaSoft' is the 32 Bit registry hive and 'HKLM SOFTWARE JavaSoft' is the 64 Bit registry hive so you should use them in the correct order/sections. This scheme is the same as the system folder:%WINDIR% system32 = 64 Bit files;%WINDIR% SysWoW6432 = 32 Bit files. WoW = Windows-on-Windows (emulation).
Second thing is that you used deployment.config to disable AU which likely doesn't work. In this file you only specify where your properties file is and how Java is supposed to behave wether it finds the file or not: deployment.system.config=file:C:/WINDOWS/Sun/Java/Deployment/deployment.properties deployment.system.config.mandatory=false Inside the properties file you then pt the two lines that will prevent AU and it's changing: deployment.javaws.autodownload='NEVER' deployment.javaws.autodownload.locked Source: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/technotes/guides/deployment/deployment-guide/properties.html.