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Java in IE8 vs IE9

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Posted 26 August 2011 - 06:55 AM

Hi all, I am currently having a problem on our domain where every time someone wants to join a goto meeting, training, or webinar the uac box pops up asking for admin rights. I know this uses java to open the web based training or session. We are currently using IE8 across the organization and will probably be a little while before we make the switch to IE9 due to some issues with compatibility of other programs and internal web stuff. I have tested this in IE9 and it does not prompt the user for admin credentials, it just opens the meeting. So I guess my question is can anyone tell me how IE9 handles the Java applet differently than IE8. I have tried making changes in the console with no results. This would help me greatly is finding out if there is an alternative solution rather than upgrading everyone to IE9. Thanks, Anthony


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