Firefox always updating java console
area – Create an MST using ORCA, set the update settings to not update etc.– Create a blank “deployment.properties” file and have the “deployment.expiration.check.enabled=false” inside it.Hello, with the release of version 55 or 56 of chrome, Google started blocking flash by default.This is causing major issues for my school district because the majority of the student websites require flash.Unfortuntely we had to bite the bullet and get everyone upgraded to the latest and greatest.It does seem that Oracle FINALLY sees this is massive issue and has released some patched versions for this. I personally haven’t even looked at the patches yet, so use at your own risk. There any many different ways to look at resolving this at least temporarily. It appears a path was released for update 21, nothing that I can see for 25 yet.Users who have Java SE 6 Update 17 have the latest security fixes and do not need to upgrade to this release to be current on security fixes.
we are leaving this security level HIGH) – Wait for any pop-up about an out of date version?The following is a complete listing of fixes for V8.5 with the most recent fix at the top.– Run the Java exe on a test machine, digg out the MSI files from the %userprofile%\Appdata\….Existing binaries compiled on St AX 1.0 will continue to run on St AX 1.2.Programs written to St AX 1.0 will continue to compile to St AX 1.2.
We found that by putting " *Flash* " under the Enabled Plug-ins section of the Google Admin console that it becomes a forced policy for people who are signed into chrome on windows PCs but it does not work on chromebooks where we need it too, or on the student PCs that do not have users signed into chrome (I couldn't find a Windows GPO that looked like it would work either)Anyone have any ideas of how I can force this policy on the chromebook through google admin and on PCs through a windows GPO?