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Does anyone know how to use the remote vnc for Suse Linux with the newest version of Java?

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I used to be able to use VNC through the browser to manage my SLES servers remotely. Since I installed this latest version of Java the application won't work. It runs on ports 5801 and 5901 but Java won't let me access those ports anymore and no manner of changing the permissions in the java security console will work. Firefox and IE are both having this problem. Has anyone else run across this problem and knows how to fix it? Thanks.
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You can install any vnc client out there, no need to drill them through browser java.
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Funny thing how the obvious and easiest answer is right in front of your nose and yet it might as well be invisible. Took me less than five minutes. Thanks for the help, should have posted two hours ago.
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Easy answer. Don't even waste time on the browser, just download a vnc client.
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Hard answer: you need signed JAR that explicitly has sockets and network connections mentioned in manifest xml.
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