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How to Downgrade Applications through Group Policy ?

Posted on 2013-01-15
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Hello,

In our organization we need to downgrade the java version from version 7 to version 6 because of  some security issues .

How i can do this with group policy or a script note that we have around 1000 Clients between windows xp and windows 7 . Our servers is windows 2008 and server 2003

Please Help

Thanks & Regards,
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by:Dave Baldwin
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I believe you will need to completely un-install 7 and re-install 6.
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by:fadyaz
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Can i do this through group policy or i have to do it manually.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Google shows a lot of links for un-installing and installing Java.  I would not know which one would be good for you to use.
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Can you provide me some of them and i will try .. It is not mater if i used GPO or SCCM.
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No, all I can do is give the search link I used.  https://www.google.com/search?q=script+uninstall+java+7  You probably know more about it than I do.  You can click on "Request Attention" to get other to look at your question.
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