Windows Thread, Disable Java Security Warning using script/GPO in Technical; We have a campus license for some web-based software that uses Java applets (the application is hosted offsite). Each time ...
30th December 2009, 06:00 AM #1
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Disable Java Security Warning using script/GPO
We have a campus license for some web-based software that uses Java applets (the application is hosted offsite). Each time a user logs in to the application, they get a Java security warning that says:
Warning - Security
The application's digital signature cannot be verified.
Do you want to run the application?
Then there is a checkbox for "Always trust content from this publisher", followed by two buttons: "Run" and "Cancel"
Is there any way to prevent this message from appearing using either a logon script, GPO, or reg edit? The browser is IE7, client operating system is XP, server operating system is 2008.
I tried running the application and clicking "Always trust" when I made the master image, but unfortunately, when testing after deploying to all campus computers, it did not work.
Last edited by netadmin; 30th December 2009 at 05:35 PM.
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30th December 2009, 11:20 PM #2
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In case anyone else ever runs into this problem, it looks like the following stops the security warning:
-Logon to a workstation using the default profile
-Login to web application and click "Always Trust"
-Logoff web application
-Copy Application Data\Sun folder to default profile
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