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    To apply an mst on a RM CC3 Network, copy the mst to the application folder and add the following line to the ini file:

    WITransform=filename.MST

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandeep2504 View Post
    To apply an mst on a RM CC3 Network, copy the mst to the application folder and add the following line to the ini file:

    WITransform=filename.MST
    This is CC4 but it's not changed since CC3 to my knowledge. Thanks! Will save me time in future.

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    if it helps this is my mst file from java 6 u17 seems to work ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    This is CC4 but it's not changed since CC3 to my knowledge. Thanks! Will save me time in future.
    No need to do that with CC4. In fact I don't think it works like that anymore.

    Go to the package properties and select the 'Contents' tab.
    Under 'Command line arguments' add 'TRANSFORMS=<transform_name>.mst' to the 'Installation' line.

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    Okay, so that is done.

    Now I need to work out how to make these registry changes!

    This is giving me a headache.

    I've got a regchanges.reg file with:
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Update\Policy]
    "EnableJavaUpdate"=dword:00000000

    In CC4 you cannot put in a configuration file to tell it to run install.cmd with these changes in, which is what I wanted to do.

    I tried creating a package with everything tied in put that didn't work either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Okay, so that is done.

    Now I need to work out how to make these registry changes!

    This is giving me a headache.

    I've got a regchanges.reg file with:
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Update\Policy]
    "EnableJavaUpdate"=dword:00000000

    In CC4 you cannot put in a configuration file to tell it to run install.cmd with these changes in, which is what I wanted to do.

    I tried creating a package with everything tied in put that didn't work either.
    batch file

    Code:
    regedit /s javastuff.reg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Okay, so that is done.

    Now I need to work out how to make these registry changes!

    This is giving me a headache.

    I've got a regchanges.reg file with:
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Update\Policy]
    "EnableJavaUpdate"=dword:00000000

    In CC4 you cannot put in a configuration file to tell it to run install.cmd with these changes in, which is what I wanted to do.

    I tried creating a package with everything tied in put that didn't work either.
    Why not send out a reg frag in Computer Policies to make the reg change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    batch file

    Code:
    regedit /s javastuff.reg
    I can do that, but, it's how to get that out to the machines. CC4 is making this a confusing process. With GP I could have just done it.

    Sparkeh, how would one go about doing that? Computer Policies > Custom Settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Sparkeh, how would one go about doing that? Computer Policies > Custom Settings?
    Yep: Computer Policies -> <choose a policy> -> Custom settings.
    Click 'Add' and select the file with the reg changes and give the setting a name.

    On reboot all the machines of that policy type will pick up the new settings

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    Perfect, I never even knew that were there. Thanks SO much!

    I assume I first should deploy the package, otherwise the entry isn't going to be in the registry for it to change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Perfect, I never even knew that were there. Thanks SO much!
    No probs

    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    I assume I first should deploy the package, otherwise the entry isn't going to be in the registry for it to change?
    Well that is generally how I do it but thinking about it I'm not sure that it matters so much as, I believe, the policy will be applied at each boot.

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    Thank you. Looks like I'll have this sorted by the end of today then.

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    whats the betting theres a new version of java in the next week

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    Couple more questions.

    In relation to: Red X image displayed where the applet should be, applets won't run

    In Java Control Panel
    Make sure that the "Use Browser Settings" checkbox is checked. If it is not, then check it and hit the "Apply" button to save your changes. Doing this will cause the JRE to use the Web browser's proxy settings for all Internet connections.

    Does anyone know if this can be set in the MSI/MST/Registry?

    Also, when I open the console, it says my home directory is C:\Document and Setting\myusername. Does this particularly matter? Or can this also be changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Couple more questions.

    In relation to: Red X image displayed where the applet should be, applets won't run

    In Java Control Panel
    Make sure that the "Use Browser Settings" checkbox is checked. If it is not, then check it and hit the "Apply" button to save your changes. Doing this will cause the JRE to use the Web browser's proxy settings for all Internet connections.

    Does anyone know if this can be set in the MSI/MST/Registry?

    Also, when I open the console, it says my home directory is C:\Document and Setting\myusername. Does this particularly matter? Or can this also be changed?
    when you make the mst you need to set iexplore (and mozilla if you use firefox) to 1 rather than the default 0

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