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    ddgrick is offline Starter Member
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    Default Security - old version of Java

    Secunia PSI (Personal Software Inspector) v1.5.0.0 reports that you installed Sun Java JRE 1.5.x - version 5.0.150.4. I have version 6 update 15 already installed on the system. Can I just update or delete your version with no ill effects at it's present location?:

    C:\Documents and Settings\Admin\Local Settings\Application Data\Zimbra\zdesktop\jre\bin\java.exe

    How will this situation be handled with later updates to the main e-mail program?

    Rick

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    Default Security - old version of Java

    I will also like to know the same as this problem about Java comes up for a lot many programs (all that use Java), Zimbra being one of them.

    I do not know how Java works but from general experience do know that when a "runtime library" for any program is required, usually only one copy of same is required which usually stays somewhere in System32 directory. In case of Java, I find that every program installs Java.exe or Javaw.exe in its own folder which causes this problem. Getting rid of this will be highly desirable.

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