Java SE JRE 8u121

Java SE JRE 8u121
  • Java SE JRE 8u121
  • 8.0.1210.13
  • Oracle
  • MUL
  • 32-bit | 64-bit
  • €199.00 *

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    Product information "Java SE JRE 8u121"

    Advanced Packages include the ability to specify additional application-specific options. This is a deployment package for Java SE JRE 8u121 by Oracle which is compatible with all major systems management solutions such as RMSi, SCCM, LANDesk, KACE, InTune and others. Get advanced package options to fully automate and customize the deployment of this software.

    About

    This configuration must be running as a local administrator.

    Sources
    • Source files: 2
    • Ability to use already downloaded sources from vendor
    • Installation sources bundled with the package (can be downloaded either manually or automatically, see below)
    • Download links from vendor website
    • Download the executable from the vendor website, then start it once downloaded as an administrator. Without closing the main window, go to the folder %userprofile%\AppData\LocalLow\Oracle\Java\jre1.8.0_121 and copy the .msi from there.
    • Automatic download of sources from vendor website
      • Automatic credentials for sources download [NOT REQUIRED]
      • Automatic processing of downloaded sources
      • This automatic procedure will download the required version of setup from Oracle website, then extract it to a temporary folder and return back an actual MSI file. By using auto download you acknowledge that you agree to End User License Agreement available on the vendor site.
    Further Information
    Package number: RP-101137
    Setup Type: msi
    Information Link: http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/java/standard-edition/support/overview/index.html
    License Type: Freeware
    Tested for OS: Windows 10 64 bit
    Dependencies: n/a
    Supported OS by Manufacturer: Windows 10 | Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 8.1
    Platform: 32-bit | 64-bit
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    Configurations "Java SE JRE 8u121"
    Standard configuration
    • Disable Automatic Updates
    • Remove Desktop Shortcuts
    • Silent Install Support
    • Silent Uninstall Support
    • Per Machine Installation
    • Suppress Auto Start
    • Suppress Reboots
    • Disabled Add/Remove Programs Interaction
    Advanced configuration
    • Advanced
      • Installation
        • Use custom installation directory
          • Destination folder [Folder picker] (validated)
        • Enable uninstallation of existing out of date JREs during JRE install.
        • Perform a static installation.
          • A later version of the same JRE family will be installed in a separate directory. This mode ensures that vendors, who require a specific version of the JRE for their product, can be certain that the JRE will not be overwritten by a newer version.
      • Start Menu items
        • Specify that the installer creates Java start menu items.
        • Create start menu items
          • Create the "About Java" item
          • Create the "Check For Updates" item
          • Create the "Configure Java" item
          • Create the "Get Help" item
          • Create the "Visit Java.com" item
      • Web configuration
        • Disallow run in a web browser or by Java Web Start downloaded Java applications.
        • Disallow the installer to send installation-related statistics to an Oracle server.
        • If a Java applet or Java Web Start application is launched, then prompt the user to accept the end-user license agreement (EULA).
        • Install Java without being presented with any third party sponsor offers.
      • Deployment Configuration File and Properties
        • The deployment.properties file is used for storing and retrieving deployment configuration properties in the Java Control Panel. They are also used for customizing runtime behavior for both Java Plug-in and Java Web Start.
        • Configure deployment properties
          • Configure deployment properties in the next tab
          • Include your own "deployment.properties" file in the installation
            • [File picker]
            • Optional you can include your own "Exception Site List" ("exception.sites" file) in the installation
            • [File picker]
          • Set a predefined path to the "deployment.properties" file in your infrastructure
            • The last character must be a slash (/) or a backslash (\)
              • [Place to enter value] (validated)
            • This path should be used for the "exception.sites" file too.
          • System Level - The deployment.config file is used for specifying the System-Level deployment.properties in the infrastructure.
            • The deployment.system.config.mandatory property
            • The "deployment.system.config.mandatory property" is a boolean. If set to true, the "deployment.properties" file that is pointed to by the "deployment.system.config property" must be found and successfully loaded, otherwise, nothing is allowed to run. If the property is set to false, an attempt is made to find and load the deployment. properties file that is pointed to by the deployment.system.config property. If successful, the file is used, otherwise, the file is ignored.
            • False
            • True
            • If a system deployment property is not locked, then a user is allowed to change it.
            • Lock deployment properties from changes by users.
          • User Level - Location of the user-level deployment.properties file is: %USERPROFILE%\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\deployment.properties
    • Deployment Configuration Properties
      • Temporary Files Settings
        • Keep temporary files on computer
          • Set the amount of disk space for storing temporary files (in MB)
            • [Place to etner a number]
        • Select the compression level for JAR files
        • None
        • Low
        • Medium
        • High
      • Network Settings
        • Use browser settings
        • Use proxy server
          • Adress
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
          • Port
            • [Place to enter value] (validated)
            • Bypass proxy server for local adresses
        • Use automatic proxy configuration script
          • Script location
            • [Folder picker]
        • Direct connection
      • Security
        • Configure the installation's security level for Java applications running in a browser or run with Java Web Start.
        • High
        • Very High
        • Exception Site List: Applications launched from the sites listed below will be allowed to run after the appropriate security prompts.
        • Please set in each field one site. If you want to set more than 5 URL's, create a "exception.sites" file (one URL per line) with a text editor und load it.
        • Create a "exception.sites" file
          • [Place to enter value]
          • [Place to enter value]
          • [Place to enter value]
          • [Place to enter value]
          • [Place to enter value]
        • Please choose your own "exception.sites" file for inclusion in the installation
          • [File picker]
      • Advanced
        • Debugging
        • Enable tracing
        • Enable logging
        • Show applet lifecycle exceptions
        • Configuration Properties Related to the Java Console
        • Show console
        • Hide console
        • Do not start console
        • Default Java for browsers
        • This option is ignored in current versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox, which automatically find and use the latest installed version of the JRE. For older browsers, this option enables settings in your browser that enable you to use the JRE installed in your computer.
        • Microsoft Internet Explorer
        • Mozilla family
        • Shortcut creation
        • Always allow
        • Always allow if hinted
        • Prompt user
        • Prompt user if hinted
        • Newer allow
        • JNLP File/MIME Association
        • Always allow
        • Prompt user
        • Never allow
        • Application installation
        • Înstall if hinted
        • Înstall if shortcut created
        • Înstall if hinted and shortcut
        • Never install
        • Execution Environment Security Settings
        • Allow user to grant permissions to signed content
        • Show sandbox warning banner
        • Allow user to accept JNLP security requests
        • Don't prompt for clientcertificate selection when no certificate or only one exists
        • Warn if site certificate does not match hostname
        • Show site certificate from server even if it is valid
        • Mixed code (sandboxed vs trusted) security verification
        • Enable - show warning if needed
        • Enable - hide warning and run with protection
        • Enable - hide warning and don't run untrusted code
        • Disable verification (not recommended)
        • Perform signed code certificate revocation checks on
        • Publicher's certificate only
        • All certificates in the chain ot trust
        • Do not check (not recommended)
        • Check for signed code certificate revocation using
        • Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs)
        • Online Certificate Status Protocol (OSCP)
        • Both CRL and OCSP
        • Advanced Security Settings
        • Enable the operation system's restricted environment (native sandbox)
        • Use certificates and keys in browser keystore
        • Enable blacklist revocation check
        • Enable cashing password for authentication
        • Use SSL 2.0 compatible ClientHello format
        • Use TLS 1.0
        • Use TLS 1.1
        • Use TLS 1.2
        • Miscellaneous
        • Store user settings in the roaming profile
        • Place Java icon in system tray
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