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Hi guys,

Firstly, I have to confess, what I know about Java could be written on the back of my hand, so much so that I'm not really even sure where to post this question.

But here goes.......

At my place of employment, we run an application called EBWeb, which, in a nutshell, provides access to scanned documents via a web browser.

Any PC running update 19 or later, now see's this warning prompting the user to either block or unblock potentially unsafe components from being run due to signed and unsigned code.

Even if I select "no" to this warning, and indeed disable the warning altogether via the security settings, the application will not run. Roll back to Update 18, it runs without issue.

I understand having the warning in later updates, but it appears to ignore my request to allow the unsafe components to run.

I've tried to freeze Java at update 18 for a number of months, but users will not be told (despite turning off autoupdate!) and continue to update their Java thus causing the application to fall over. That said, I can't stay at update 18 forever!

Does anyone know how I can get around this?


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