We have multiple terminal servers. Users often work on a bank website through Internet Explorer. If you start this webiste (https://e-kompas.dfm.nl/e-Kompas
) it automaticly checks if the latest Java version is installed. If not you can't use the webpage.
Users do not have administrator right to install this. So I have to do it for them. Problem is that every user (30) has to log out of Internet Explorer before I can do the Java installation and even then sometimes I need to restart the server for Java to work after installation.
I want 1 of 2 options:
1. The website or java to stop checking if the system has the latest version. So I can check once a month if there is a new version and install it off working hours. Already figured out that Java version 6 doesn't do the check, but its to old and isn't relyable.
2. A good java auto updater (you can't do this with Java itself). I found a java auto update tool (http://sourceforge.net/projects/autojavaupdater
) if I run the .exe file manually it always work but when I schedule it with Windows taskschedular it work 50% of the cases. When I doesn't work it removes the old version but it won't install the new version. I cannot rely on this.
Thanks in advance,