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  1. I am trying to push out Java v. I can successfully push this via an Application and Package, however, neither deployments are referencing the deployment.properties file? Can anybody shed some light on this subject? I've always been in an enviornment where they were using GPO's for settings like these, but this customer wants to use this deployment.properties file. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I do have a .cmd file for installation, and have run through the installation with a .bat file as well. Both work, but no settings from the deployment.properties file?
  2. I'm trying to deploy Java 8 to our workstations for the first time, using v8u31. We currently have v7u71 installed. I ran the EXE and grabbed the msi from it's location in appdata like I normally do. I understand that there's no longer a cab file to go with the msi, it's all included in the msi file itself. I created an application and deployment type in SCCM from the msi file as normal, but it's failing to install. I've searched online a bit and found several posts with varying syntax to use for the command line, but after trying each one I'm still getting the same failure with retu
  3. This question is prompted by, but not necessarily limited to, Java and it's frequent updates. What's the best way to configure an application in SCCM when new versions of the app are released and need to be deployed frequently? For Java, I've been creating a new Application in SCCM each time a new version comes out, naming it "Java 7 update 473" or whatever. I set it to supersede, and to uninstall the old version rather than upgrading. I deploy the new version, delete the deployment of the old version, and retire the application for the old version. Then, if I remember to, I go
  4. SCCM 2012 R2 I have this curious problem when deploying new versions of Java. When I add a new version of Java to my software library I select to supersede (and uninstall) the previous version. When I deploy the new version I limit the installation to when users are logged off. (So I can be sure there are no browsers open.) The behavior I am noticing is that while the new version is patiently waiting for the user to logoff the old version is uninstalled right away. If anyone else has noticed this behavior have you figured out a way to prevent the uninstall from taking p
  5. I am trying to figure out the proper syntax for the command to deploy Java 7.51 with SCCM 2012 R2. Which is correct: msiexec /i "jre1.7.0_51.msi" transforms="ypit.mst" AgreeToLicense="Yes" /qn msiexec /i "jre1.7.0_51.msi" transforms="ypit.msi" "AgreeToLicense=Yes" /qn I have used Orca to create a transform file that includes EULA=1 but that does not seem to prevent the first time run popup for the EULA. I have been struggling with AgreeToLicense but I just can seem to get that to work either.
  6. Hey Guys, I am in the need of a query , report or script that will generate a list of all of the applications that use a specific version of Java. I've used report Software 01A and as it does give me all of the versions of software I need to know what applications actually have a dependency on these versions of Java. My fellow SCCM admins out there I know this is a unique request, but if anyone has any ideas I'm all ears. Thanks!
  7. Hi! What is the best way to deploy Java Update using SCCM 2012 in a corporate enviroment? Today we use a script that kills internet browser and all java running, notifying the users to save work etc. I'm hoping that there is a smoother way to do this using applications in SCCM 2012? Cheers, Oyvind
  8. Hello, We have been able to deploy java update 37 but you need to unistall java 35 update if the client has this installed. Is there anyway to suppress the reboot as this is being forced by the unintstall of 35. So this can affect users that are working on a laptop as it does not give any warning, just starts the reboot action.
  9. Hello, I am new to SCCM and would like to know, how would i produce a report or a see a list of computers that received the Java update?
  10. My client computers are running windows xp and some are running windows 7. I can deploy java with no problems. I want to uninstall all the other versions of java on the systems, send out the java and have java updates disabled. I have see different sites with vbs and bat files to uninstall java, but none of them worked when I tried the files on a test environment. Please help Thank You
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