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I am trying to push out Java v.1.8.0.51. 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?

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How would I go about that? Would that be built into the Application deployment? What would the most commonly accepted method for distributing that file to the follwoing directory be?

C:\Users\<usernmae>\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment.

Thank you very much for your support.

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To copy a file to a user directory, you need to initiate the action as the user. The easiest way to do something like that is by using an old shool package and program and configure it to run in user context.

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