I've recently distributed Java version 7 update 51 to an IT suite; I'm encountering an issue whereby Java applets (be them stored locally on a shared drive or embedded on a webpage) prompt you with a 'security settings' issue and are unable to run. It's resolved by simply bringing down the security level to 'medium'. However this only works on a per user basis - does anyone know of a method to alter these settings per machine?
Thanks for any help you can provide
I used this doc to configure system wide settings a while a go System- and User-Level Properties
you should end up with deployment.config & deployment.properties files in c:\windows\Sun\Java\Deployment and that should pick up the settings for all users.
There's a bit of advice here as well Question: Change Java Default Security Level? | ITNinja
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