Java(TM) Plug-In SSV Helper isn't compatible with Internet Explorer's enhanced security features and has been disabled,

Hi Experts
Recently deployed Java JRE 8.45 via SCCM, package deployed successfully, but I suspect their is specific customizations (security wise) that was included in the Java package causing me to get the above mentioned error when trying to verify Java installation using IE:11 on a windows 7 machine
Screen shots attached, can you advise what you think the issue could be, and what specific settings I need to change to allow this to work correctly, JavaErrors.docx
Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAsked:
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bigeven2002Commented:
Hello,
Based on the information I found, the plugin is incompatible with IE11's Protected mode.

If you plan to use Java on trusted sites, then you can go to Internet Options in the control panel or the browser, and under Security, uncheck Protected Mode for Trusted Sites zone.  If it is for all sites, then uncheck it for Internet zone.
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
thanks bigeven2002, however I believe there are other security custimizations/settings integrated into this particular Java package which was only told to me after posting this package, so I think therein lies the problem, a manual install with all the default settings of the same version of Java appears to work without any issues on machines in the clients environment, im trying to get more information around the specific security settings set in the Java package so that we can try and work out what is causing this,
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bigeven2002Commented:
Ok thanks for the update.  I'll need to do more research on this.  Would it be possible to post the reproducing steps and the customizations?  I don't have sccm but does this create an MSI package?
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hi, I've attached the customizations the client wanted in place, do you see anything obvious that could be causing the issues as per my first screen shot?
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bigeven2002Commented:
I'm terribly sorry, I have been very ill as of late so I must withdraw from the question.  Please use the request attention feature to summon other experts.  Thanks.
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
I've managed to find the offending setting, it was the deployment.security.trusted.policy string,
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Craig PaulsenSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
managed to resolve this myself
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