DeployJava is undefined

Hi All,

We have a web application running on one of the Windows 2003 server (Terminal server). When a user opens Internet explorer, it connects to web server and open a html file. This application requires java version.

As recommened by vendor i have installed Java 6 update 20 and even tried with latest version. While the webpage is loading, it throws an error message ... Windows internet explorer. Error description: 'deployJava' is undefined. Click ok to continue. If i select ok, the page will just load fine but i want to avoid this annoying message.

However, if i try open the page with an admin account using which i installed Java version. it doesn't throw deployjava error.

Initially i thought i could be GPO setting tied to the user account. While opening the page i did try the following on the IE: disabling script errors, enable java scripts, disabling other errors and so on. Tried resetting IE settings, did change few IE settings but still no luck.

The version of IE is 7.

Please help.
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basrajAsked:
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basrajConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
It was trying to connect java through internet as source code read https://java.....deploy.js. I fixed it after granting internet access to that user
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Sharon SethCommented:
https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2311585

This link says deployJava1.dll is involved here . Is it possible for you to check if the user account is able to use/load/access it or something like that?
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CEHJCommented:
As recommened by vendor i have installed Java 6 update 20 and even tried with latest version. While the webpage is loading, it throws an error message ... Windows internet explorer. Error description: 'deployJava' is undefined.
That's a blessing in disguise - that version is insecure and shouldn't be installed. You should install the latest version, particularly if you're running Windows. Ask the vendors what it is about their code that will be problematic on a newer and superior vm
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CEHJCommented:
However, if i try open the page with an admin account using which i installed Java version. it doesn't throw deployjava error.
Is that on the same box that does throw the error?
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CEHJCommented:
btw, you should add this Q to the Javascript TA, as that error is a js error
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basrajAuthor Commented:
Yes, it doesn't throw error on the same box if i login with my account.
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basrajAuthor Commented:
Also prior using java 6, i tried with latest java version and it came up with same error
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CEHJConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I would guess it's a problem among the elements of

a. account privileges
b. scripting
c. activeX/native code access
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basrajAuthor Commented:
That's the solution
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