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how to back rev a java plug in

Posted on 2014-11-07
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I have an old appliacation that is browser based. It needs to run in Java 6 update 33 at the very newest. It also requires a plug in of 1.5_06. Using internet explorer 11, the java got updated to version 7 or 8- something from this decade. However, I need to run the application. I can't jam the plug in into the browser to get it to work. How can I back rev the plug in?
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It needs to run in Java 6 update 33 at the very newest.
Why? That suggests that the deployment is incorrect

If you really must use insecure versions of Java then i suggest you install an old jdk and access the deployment page with appletviewer
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:) What did you do?
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