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I am in discussion currently with one of our sysadmins about deploying a trusted site exception for Java. We have financial officers that use a particular web based site that requires the site to be trusted before Java will run.

His point of view is that it is easier to accomplish this task on the individual machine versus using a domain GPO for it, especially since out of our environment, only a small percentage of individuals are financial officers that require this site exception.

However, I don't know how to deploy this as either part of an otherwise vanilla silent Java installation package, or as a post-installation task. I also don't know if this would be better served as a RunOnce task or a script against ALLSUERS.

Has anyone dealt with this in a particular manner that is relatively straightforward and efficient?

Thanks,

-- Ray
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[face-palm] How, on God's green Earth, is it easier to do it on individual machines!?! This stuff is meat-and-potatoes for GP. Do it that way.
Answered 02/07/2018 by: VBScab
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