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Where do i place the deployment.config file for windows x64 and Java 7u71 32bit

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I am attempting to implement the deployment.config and deployment.properties files for our Java implementation We use Windows x64, but Chrome 32bit. I do not want the system to check for new releases of Java during testing so. I have created the deployment.properties files. Now, on Windows x86 I have found the location to place the two files so they are implemented. But, I have not found the location on Windows x64. I thought it would be C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\lib, but when I then check the C:\Users\{users}\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment folder the deployment.propeties files do not match.
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by:Gabriel Clifton
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I place my file here C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\ which appears to work so far.
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by:Chuck_Butterbrodt
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Does the deployment.propeties then appear in the C:\Users\{users}\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment folder?
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It will appear there. That placement would make it a computer wide setting rather than user setting.
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by:Chuck_Butterbrodt
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When I compare the two  deployment.properties files they do not match. Should they?
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Do you place both the deployment.config and the deployment.properties files in the C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\ directory?
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The files do not need to match. Any settings in the system level file will over ride the user level file. Any setting in the user level file that is not in the system level file would be implemented. Have a look at this. http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/jweb/jcp/properties.html
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by:Chuck_Butterbrodt
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I was thrown by the different files in the user directory. Thank you.
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No problem.
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