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!
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.