Updating registry through cmd
Use Active Setup to deply user profile-targetted data in this scenario (i.e.where you don't have a software package with advertised entry-points)I am quite sure this is a reg edit, not a hack..will have to get SCCM to add the Reg file to the 'package' or run it from source.You can watch a tutorial that follows these steps on disabling java update below.R2 and both come with Internet Explorer 11 preinstalled.Each bottle has a separate registry and registry keys set in one bottle do not affect other bottles.The registry keys on a bottle only affect the programs in that individual bottle.
Hey sysdmins, do you still have computers in your company that have Java Auto Update enabled? We’ll show you how you can A) use PDQ Inventory to find the computers that have it enabled and B) use PDQ Deploy to disable Java Auto Update.Companies using WSUS or System Center Configuration Manager 2007 or 2012 already have the ability to manage updates in the environment, so this tool is more for those environments where a management solution is not already in use.I'm having a devil of a time deploying a reghack for JAVA updates.In order to perform all of these steps you’ll need to have PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy both running in Pro mode or higher.(You can get a free trial of PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy.) Oracle stores the Auto Update configuration in the Windows Registry.
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This means we need to scan the registries on our Windows computers.