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I have a terminal server were I need to have Java installed. But I want to turn off automatic updates so that users don't always get reminded to install updates. They can't install it anyway because the users don't have admin rights. They always get reminded to install the updates and it is anoying

I notice that even if I turn off automatic updates for the administrator it still stays turn on for every user and Ithey can't access the control panel to turn it off becuase the cp is restricted.

Is there a reg key that I could set for the users trough a GPO to turn it off?
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At the command prompt, run "msconfig" and on the startup tab, deselect "jusched".
That should prevent the java update scheduler from running.
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Thank you! Your link will do the trick for me....
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