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Installing managed software Java(TM) SE Runtime env 6 update

Posted on 2009-07-13
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I just built windows 2000 server on hp compaq proliant DL380. After windows boot up but before ctrl alt delete screen it statys on installing managed software Java Runtime update....and it take longer there. I donot know why it is happening. Is there any way i can skip this or get rid of this. thanks
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This is because somewhere in your group policies java is being pushed. This is a feature in active directory that lets administrators push MSI files to computers at bootup. Let it run and it should install for you the next reboot will be much quicker because it wont need to install.
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