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    I am not able to run java signed applet in vista without less security in IE.

    Is there any straight forward way to run the java signed applets in vista.


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    It's all about IE settings. Is it Java enable. I don't know about it settings, because I'm Firefox lover. :)

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    Hi,

    It is java enabled IE browser ,. how to say all these setting to end-user. There will be a perfect way of running the java applets rights in vista.

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    Thanks for the reply pal.
    This is how i am doing now. But i am just tired of telling this info to all users. Instead of user do some changes for his IE, can we do Programatically something on the developer side. Don't take me wrong, because the user side to change this settings, they are more scared like, we are decreasing their protection.

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    I'm not sure it's possible in IE. Actually I don't have done this before. In Windows how we can change values, we can't see and source code that how to implemented it. Are you agreed with me?

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    ya, that's true. you are right. I will provide webpage for the users to guide them. Thank you so much . Really appreciate your help .

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    Anytime :). If you found the solution for this question, please mark it as solved. It's really help to all of us:) Still you are waiting for some feedback, it's ok keep as it is.

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