Java Runtimes JRE7 – Your Java version is insecure popup 3 Comments

This one has been pain in the ass to find out... Since Java 7 (1.7_xx) the security and setting management is a total nightmare. This is so messy you can't find a reliable information on Oracle website... The worse thing is all the mechanism seems to change between versions... from 1.7_01 to _11 is one way to do thing and version after it's done another way... Here is the ugly pop up I want to eliminate from the user interface on the XenApp Desktop. To do so, I had to check every change within files, registry to finally find out everything was located in the registry for this version of java, JRE7 1.7_13... So I wanted to create a GPP to target user connected on the XenApp servers, here is my xml file created from a registry export : Next, I wanted to filter this GPP with a WMI filter, this WMI Query will look for locations of the JRE7 Folder on the System and if found it will apply the policy.   And this works ! I didn't need to do anything with deployment.properties and deployment.config as described everywhere on the Oracle website... (This website is really pain in the ass to find good documentation...) I hope it will help, and I hope Oracle will stop to change the way we need to use to manage Java configuration....