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java applet in domain user mode

Posted on 2010-11-19
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hi experts,

user in a windows 2003 domain logged on to windows xp pro PC with roaming profile. The problem is that she's unable to view the java applet from IE browser (error with red X). However, with local administrator's login the applet loaded successfully. Screenshot of java platform and console attached. please advise. javaconsoleerror-javaplatform.jpg
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by:objects
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applet needs to be signed to do that, and you need to accept the certificate.
Is the certificate being accepted in both cases?
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by:kenny_klbn
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hi objects,

there was no prompt/pop-up to accept certificate. How do i manually sign and accept the certificate?

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by:objects
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strange, not sure why the applet is checking the sp level then if its not signed.
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Awinish earned 500 total points
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I think the below option in GPO has been enabled for problem user,disable or configure that option as NOT CONFIGURED, as i had same issue.

User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Internet Explorer\ Browser menus\

Disable Open in New Window menu option

If above is not the case, try install the JAVA with domain admin or local administrator membership or allow user to run under this services in Java.
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by:kenny_klbn
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hi Awinish,

configure that option as NOT CONFIGURED -- already set
 try install the JAVA with domain admin or local administrator membership -- already done that

...but non of the above works

what do you mean by "allow user to run under this services in Java"?
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by:kenny_klbn
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partially solved
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