automatically assigning a java certificate

I am using some java applets in a web based product that I am deploying.  Is there a way that first time users do not have to have a java security box appear asking them the grant or deny access?  This is being deployed to a large audience and do not want to have the phone support issue.
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Ravindra76Commented:


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dvd99Commented:
In internet Explorer and I guess netscape this would involve having the coustomers set their security settings to low (Not a popular choice for most people) and they would have to do this them self.
You could make a trusted applet that they only need to approve once but i'm not sure how thats done (Signed .jar file?)
hope this helps
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