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Security difference between Solaris / Win (surprise!)

 
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After developing the whole project on Win 2K I was happy with the results. I threw it on Solaris and my client (in remote mode) could not connect, throwing access violation exception. I did not assign -Djava.security.policy=any.policy in the bootup on Windows and it still worked! Note that I still install an RMISecurityManager on the client. Its possible that on Windows the property is not necessary for localhost although that's speculation. Any ideas? Either way, make sure that you guys run it on unix before you upload!
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