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3 citrix servers 2003 presentation server 4.0, running java runtime 6 update 23.. I use a proxy server for IE traffic in ctirx. When a webste uses java in IE Java will not load. After doing everything I could think of I ended up getting it to work by manually putting in the proxy settings in Java instead of having it set to use browser settings (although the browser settings are the same as what I put in).. Is there a way I can change the network settings in Java for all users without manaully setting the all?

Thanks for the help
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by:objects
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reckon it would be easier to use the browser settings
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by:amichaell
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If you must set in Java then you are best off creating a custom GPO (custom .adm).
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Make sure, through the Java ControlPanel, that the correct proxy settings have been entered in the Network section
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by:bankadmin
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objects; your corect it would be easiest if it would work using browser settings but for whatever reason it doesnt pull the proxy down correctly

amichaell; Do you have any hints on creating that?

CEHJ; yes it works fine when I manually put in the proxy settings just not when its set to pull them down from the browser..
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by:CEHJ
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>>... when its set to pull them down from the browser

How is that  being done?
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by:amichaell
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First step is to find out where the setting is stored in the Registry.  After that read over the links below.  They give a good start to creating your own .adm files.

http://thelazyadmin.com/blogs/thelazyadmin/archive/2005/07/05/Creating-Custom-ADM-Templates.aspx
http://andymorgan.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/how-do-i-create-custom-adm-group-policy-files/
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by:bankadmin
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CEHJ- Not sure, When I go into control panel-java network setttings button. There is a list of options default is pull settings from browsers

amichaell, i will read the link thatnks
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I made some head way. the issue is with a file named deplyment.properties that is under C:\docs and settings\username\application data\sun\java\deploment for each user. It appears that this file should migrate down from the installation path of C:\WINDOWS\Sun\Java\Deployment but its not. Once I manually changed my java network settings then copy my deplyment.properties file paste the file in another users profile it works.. So at least I can have the users working but its still doesnt answer the question of why its happening.

Any ideas
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I was able to figure out what was happening but not why as of yet
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