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Always enable or supress JRE security warnings ("Run This Time, Do you want to run this applicatio")

 
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i am running an applet on browser but every time i load it JRE pops up with the warning messages on the browser. Is there a way to always enable these JAVA warnings instead of accepting every time i run the applet on the browser.i tried to adjust the java security tab from high to medium but its not working..please help me. thanks in advance
 
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If I understand you correctly, what you are describing is a browser security feature. You can choose "Always run..." and you won't be prompted again.
Check out https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1247383?p=ib_blocked_plugin&rd=1
 
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