Im getting a java update error when logging into termanal server

I have 3 citrix server and if RPC (mstsc) or console thru VMWare as an administrator  I get a java update error (see attachment). It only happens if I logon as admin I have verified that the java updater is turned off via control panel-Java then update tab. i have it set to never check for updates yet it still appears to be trying.

All 3 boxes are 2003 SP2
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bankadminAsked:
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for_yanCommented:

Here, they recommend to re-install Java
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/javatm-upgrade-client-checker/e07e83bb-e627-4bd4-9bde-b7c14dabf269
It probably happens when you logon as admin, as non-admin
cannot do update, so it amy be checking it before the error pops up.





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bankadminAuthor Commented:
for: I have done reinstalls and it doesnt seem to help.

objects: I tried what you suggested even though I always was using admin creds and when I went into the java settings it wouldnt change back to check the auto update. It shows that it shouldnt be checking at all and its still kicking out errors
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objectsCommented:
have you checked the registry?
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for_yanCommented:
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objectsCommented:
> some suggestions how to stop java updater running:

which was taken from the link I had already posted
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for_yanCommented:
No, this is different trail - some suggestions are the same, but some seem to be different
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objectsCommented:
its exactly the same link :)
My earlier post include lots of suggestions for fixing the problem, including what you just posted.
Please read all previous comments before posting so you don't just repeat whats already been posted
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for_yanCommented:
No it is not exactly the same link, that was from 2009, and this is from 2010, and here they mention some
things which were not mentioned in the link which you posted. They refer to that link in serverfault but have some other talks either.
And if the author is struggling with this issue, why not to check again some of the talks there - maybe they will give some clue.
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objectsCommented:
from the link I posted:
> Also being discussed at Super User: superuser.com/questions/130961
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for_yanCommented:
Do you mean, you covered the whole internet with your posting?
Objects, please be reasonable.
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objectsCommented:
I'm just pointing out that the asker has already checked that and nothing helped. Don't get so aggressive about it.
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for_yanCommented:
I am by no means aggressive. I couldn't check all links from inside, and there is a chance asker didn't do either.
With such kind of problems sometimes you read under different angle with different emphasis, written by different person, and it helps.
For example, I don't think we heard if asker checked if any java related programs appear in their startup.

There is extensive talk about possibility of deleting these jucheck jusched files, some discussions about Adobe stuff,
So it is not bad to draw attention to these. I looked through previous links, didn't fix my attention
on some of these, as they were not so prominent there and I was not clicking on all links inside,
 so it makes sense to draw attention of the asker to this link either.
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bankadminAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay in getting back to this I have been out of the office.

After reading up on all the posts and checking the first link put out there by For I realized I didnt try everything in the post

I will keep you posted on the results on what I try.
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bankadminAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the confusion, between me not checking everything on the link and having a vacation in the middle it took much longer than it should have. Making the changes in the registry worked.
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