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Creating a endorsed folder on the client PC  RSS feed

 
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My jnlp file needs to pass the following vm argument:
-Djava.endorsed.dirs=C:/endorsed

The endorsed folder will not exist on the client PC so I need to create it and add a jar to it.

The location of the endorsed folder can be anywhere even the sandbox I believe.

Is it possible to create this folder and add a jar to it so that java.endorsed.dirs VM arg can use it?
 
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Hi,

Not much experience with what you are suggesting sorry. Perhaps there is another way to achieve what you are after though. Can you explain what you need to do?

Cheers, Jared.
 
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