I have a support request into the E-time group, but actually speaking with a support person is a whole other pain we deal with. A'lso when I read through it all first, I cannot get into the control panel as I have no Java icon in the control panel but I guess I shouldn't get too far ahead as I have not done the install yet as I am still at step 13!!! Restart computer and try again. You can verify that the setting has been applied by navigating to the same screen as you normally would through the Control Panel. Just got off the phone with someone at TimeTrex. Which seems silly for them to kill off something that their own darn business applications require. Browse other questions tagged or.
By coincidence i found this repeatable solution: It works for me. Would love to chat with you over the phone on how your environment is setup if you have time. If you are not able to use your computer normally due to kind of javacpl. Hoping to find out from someone. I am also concerned that 6.
Just a bit of follow-on for future readers: I'm using the x64 version of Windows 7 and I think that's where the problem is coming from. Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall Windows. If that's the case, then one option on your internet proxy is to put tcss. Supposedly the problem stems from the java control panel needing admin rights. I could click on it and it would take forever to try and open and sometimes the window would just turn and white cloudy color and I'd have to force close it.
Wait until the System File Checker finishes the check. So if you do not have sufficient computer know-how, it's not recommended that you edit the registry by yourself. Also, I cannot access the Java control panel. Just got off the phone with someone at TimeTrex. I'd ask for a month long pilot with some people using their system and loading two punch files.
Citrix was suggested but we have 2400 users of eTime so I am sure costs will be too great. I did unistall and reinstall Java 6. Also makes it available to mobile devices. I am really trying hard to follow the sets but I am a beginner somewhat so I don't understand step number 13. Online I was getting alot of script error messages and decided to look at my Java settings. In cases where it doesn't install correctly, or uninstall correctly, I do it this way: First, uninstall Java from the Control Panel-Programs and Features. In the meantime, we're getting around it by unchecking proxy.
Because of this risk, we highly recommend using a trusted registry cleaner such as Developed by Microsoft Gold Certified Partner to scan and repair any javacpl. We do not claim any responsibility for the results of the actions taken from the content linked below - complete these tasks at your own risk. Do you really need x86 and x64? We are upgrading to the latest and greatest eTime early next week, but I don't expect it to solve the Java 7 problems. Make sure you have the screenshot of the error message, tell me how this error happens and what you have done to fix your error if any. Wait until the System File Checker finishes the check. Not the answer you're looking for? We have to install multiple versions. This should not be required if running 1.
To manually repair your Windows registry, first you need to create a backup by exporting a portion of the registry related to javacpl. It's recommended to use Automatic Error Fix Tool to fix your javacpl. Please try the above steps and let me know if it helps. Personally, I would use something like Local Update Publisher, Ninite, or another software deployment method instead of a script, but that alone shouldn't be an issue. When and how this javacpl. I'm just tweaking out my new Windows 7 laptop and wanted to disable the automatic Java updating and thus kill the silly jusched. Source: Disabling the updates is a very bad idea as it will leave your computer vulnerable to attacks.
Thank you in advance, Tenaya This is probably not what you want to hear but the procedure you have described is the way I have successfully added exceptions to the site list in the past on my win 7 pro system albeit I am using Java 32bit. To resure, I opened the Java config window again but the settings were not saved. I downloaded a newer version 6u16! If users have issues I encourage them to use Citrix, because It is a paint to get it working on every single workstation. To avoid data loss, you must be sure that you have backed-up all of your important documents, pictures, software installers, and other personal data before beginning the process. Doubtful they will be version 5 or earlier, but didn't take much to add those in.