I also tried Sysinternals Proc Monitor, but can't find place in registry where this information is stored.
EDIT: 1.7.0_67 Java on x64 have problem, that Enable Java Update in registry is set to 1 and it doesn't work (tab Update is not shown). 1.7.0_51 Java on x64 have problem, that whole registry path is missing in computer. 1.7.0._51 Java on x86 have path in registry and also Update tab on Configure Java dialog. I need to stop asking for downloading new version and AFTER THAT solving update all Java old versions on all computers.
Problem: I have a 32-bit Java application that is failing in Windows.
I have both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Java installed on the machine.
You will need a Windows 7 computer with the latest Java installed and a Windows Server 2008 running your Group Policies. seems to also re-enable the Java Plug-in check box under Advanced tab.
Java has recently received quite a big overhaul, as it has reached version 8 on March 18, 2014.
The last update was on July 28, 2011, and this new version comes with big improvements.
I have a java application that I am getting ready to release to the public for Windows/OSX/Linux but I am running into problems related to permissions on Windows Vista and higher.
Basically the application installs to the standard c:\Program Files (configurable within the installer) which is great and my application data is stored in the users respective application data folder. My application (like most) has the ability to check for updates and update itself.
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