We wanting to deploy Java 188.8.131.52 to my clients Windows 7 fleet,
The ICT security contact at the site is wanting to know what security settings we have in place for the existing version of Java for workstations. Where can I find out on workstation that currently has the old version of Java installed, what security settings are defined for Java. Hope that makes sense?
Here is the link with pretty good example on how to manage one of the settings..
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