Software Deployment Question
Enabling Silent Auto-update in Java 7.45 as a non-local administrator user - Java best practice gurus wanted ;)
I know you can turn on and off updates , but is this possible or ever been possible? My company wants to install java JRE as a silent-autoupdate "always update" kind of installation, but all my users are domain users, without admin rights. When it finds an update - it prompts for credentials and obviously they are denied. Is this even possible? If it is not possible to "auto-update" non local admins, I can make the case to management that java releases need to be QA'd and controlled releases. My environment is adminstudio/installshield and SCCM. I know auto-installing updates to java without QA per version , in a enterprise environment, is not good practice, but its not my decision right now.
thank you very much!
Edit:I need to add - my current environemnt is 7.40 as a patch in place, all notifications and updates turned off via MST table