Oracle 9i Error: java.lang.SecurityException: Permission denied: file:/c:/windows/system/f60all.jar

Hi All,

I have a serious problem in the application server that we are running in our company. We are using Oracle Application Server. Below are the details

OS: Windows Server 2000

oracle 9i AS

IIS installed

4GB RAM, with RAID5 configured, Intel core2duo 2.93 ghz processor
hpdl380g5 server
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we are installing MSJVM on the client pcs to ensure that they are able to open the application through internet browsers, through the URL http://SERVERNAME:13000

until yesterday we were able to work properly,  now we have a problem, where at some point of time the users are not able to access the application.
I see that there are many processes in the name of ifweb60.exe running and i know that these are the sessions used by the users.  when this sessions are many, the users are not able to open the application. So when any user who is currently using the application closes it, then the user who is waiting will get it opened.

Another problem that we have in this server is, we are able to connect to the applicaiton server through IE8 running the latest JAVA. But recently we are receiving an error message that the permission is denied to access c:/windows/system/f60all.jar
I have checked in the client there is no such file.. i have checked in the application server and found that there is a file named f60all.jar and the security permissions are set to Everyone FULL Access.

I cannot figure out what the problem is, please help on this issue.. if you need any other details i am ready to provide.

I am also getting this error in the java console if i install a lower version of java (6.21)
ERROR: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Thank You
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Darrell PorterEnterprise Business Process ArchitectCommented:
For the permissions error, what account or context is the oracle and java process running in?  I suspect an update somehow removed the system permissions from this file.  If you specifically add NT AUTHORITY/SYSTEM (or just SYSTEM) Full Control permissions, this may resolve your issue.

Also, for the sake of it, check the temp folder on the server to insure it is not getting bloated with garbage files not being correctly purged.

I know it has worked this way for some time and I am not trying to be flippant, but is there a compelling business reason to continue running a vendor-unsupported operating system for this application?  
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brandscoAuthor Commented:
I tried what you have said but there is same problem...
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brandscoAuthor Commented:
Hi.. If the clients are using Java-Update23, then there is no problem.. The only thing I need to do is, remove new java and downgrade to Java23rdupdate.. Can u pls help me in that case??
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brandscoAuthor Commented:
Thank  You Very Much Admins ....
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