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Server 2003 Java issue


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#1 bleepingnetwork

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 07:57 AM

TY to all in advance.
I am having a java related issue. I am unable to install java on server2003 32 bit /64 bit servers as well as XP pro systems( alll systems on the network.). I am recieving a error that says "Your current security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded." I recieve this error when I try to download and install from www.java.com.

On a server when I try to direct install I get a error from the Java installer that says "The installation cannot procede with the current internet connection settings."

SO I try with a disabled firewall and I get a bit further into the installation but get "Java™ Installer cannot procede with the current Internet Connection settings of your system. In your Windows Control panel, please check Internet Options -> Connections to make sure the settings and proxy information are correct.

Under Connections there is Internet connection setup, Dial up VPN... Add, and Lan Settings. I am not using a dial up or a VPN for this network. under LAN settings there is no Prxy since I am not using one, also if I am installing this from a local file I get the same errors, Automatically detect setting is not selected nor is the Use automatic configuration script.

One thing I noticed is that under the security TAB in Internet Properties There is a information blue dot that says "Some Settings are managed by your system administrator."

So I figured maybe Group Policy but all the Java related items in Group policy appear to allow Java.

Please help on a direction in which to solve my delema oh Bleeping Computer gurus! :thumbsup:

On another server the Java installer just hangs up. no "not responding isue" just stuck at Downloading Installer and looks as if 0% is complete and I need to go through task manager to close the operation.

Event log is giving me nothing related to JAVA as an issue

Edited by bleepingnetwork, 07 April 2010 - 08:27 AM.


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#2 Baltboy

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Posted 08 April 2010 - 06:42 AM

Are you logged in as an administrator when trying to do the installation?
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Posted 08 April 2010 - 11:26 AM

Before you muck everything up, consider that the settings if IE and the system are not exactly related. Try changing your permissions in IE.

By the way, that is a horrible idea since one should never use their server to download from the web. Too many chances for a drive-by download that will compromise your server.




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