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where is the poilcy file supposed to be

 
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what i mean is that do i have to have my custom policy file for starting both client and server
 
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Hi Sid,
You don't need a policy file to start your client.
For the server, I have my policy file in the same directory as the server.jar and it works, but I suppose you could also demand the user to locate it in the jdk*.*\jre\lib\security directory.
I prefer to have it in the same directory as the server.jar because it means less installing for the user.
Regards,
Henk van Jaarsveld
 
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