java not installing on server 2008 r2

running windows server 2008 standard r2, I am running Microsoft ie explorer version ie11 ver 11.0.9600.17801
unable to download or when I did get install saved, I was unable to install it,
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
What is the error you get?

The exact error and a screenshot please.
jim3725Author Commented:
Here is a print screen of the error. I am able to download and save the java file but not install it.
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
go to this link and choose the "offline" download, save it to a local drive and then install it

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jim3725Author Commented:
this allowed me to install it. I got one more question regarding this 2008 r2 server.
Whenever I go to an https site, I get the message there is a problem with this websites security certificate. then I have to continue to the website (not recommended)
Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
If it is happening every time it is either one of two things IMHO (sure others will have others) 1) something wrong with your IE install (suggest you uninstall it and then reinstall it after a reboot) or 2) the sites you are going to actually do not have up to date or verifiable security certificates. If you know these sites, are well known and reputable sites you could ignore the warning but I would not do anything on these sites that you want to be secure, like banking or stuff like that
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
When you get the certificate error STOP right there do not proceed to the site until you've examined the certificate or when you continue the very first thing you should do is click on Certificate error and view the certificate and check that out.. it is a very bad habit to continue on certificate errors. check the certificate path, and the general settings. Check that things match up..
note that the site I browsed to and the issued to are the same
jim3725Author Commented:
helpful advice on java download link.
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