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I'm close, but not sure why it doesn't work.
Both Apple Java 6 and Oracle Java 7 are capable of being installed silently; I’ve seen both deployed successfully as “unattended installs” (which are background installations with no user interaction) via Munki. Control Panel.main(Unknown Source)@barret55 \- its likely not working because when its run through a policy its running the command as a different user, such as your Casper service account or root, not as the logged in user. We can start simple and work up to the slightly more complicated workaround.
To revert back from JRE 8 to JRE 7, first uninstall JRE 8. Until Jul 2015, the latest version of JRE 7 can be found on the Download tab of the Java SE section on OTN.
After Jul 2015 further security updates to JRE 7 will only be available through My Oracle Support and will require a support contract with Oracle. For Windows users, by default, Java applications that are accessed through a web-browser or webstart will use the latest version of Java on the system.
Hi all, I've been having a hard time trying to find out if this is even possible or not.
What I'd like to do is to have Casper use a policy to silently check for and/or update Java in the background, but I can't seem to find any sort of terminal command to accomplish this throughout the interwebs. We use a script that runs on the every30 trigger that scans the versions of all the applications installed, then prompts the user to run software updates from Self Service (another script we wrote that updates all out of date apps) if a non-critical update is available.
If an application has specified JRE 7, and you have both on your system, JRE 7 will be used.
During the automatic update from JRE 7 to JRE 8, if a user only has one version of Java 7 the auto-update process will replace that JRE 7 with the latest version of JRE 8 leaving only JRE 8 in the system.The Java auto-update mechanism is designed to keep Java users up-to-date with the latest security fixes.To achieve this goal Windows and OS X users that rely on Java’s auto-update mechanism will have their JRE 7 replaced with JRE 8.OS X users can also have multiple JRE versions available for desktop applications but only one of those versions can be used through the web browser.