Do you need to have LMS 2.2 to get the java plugin support or is the patch good for all other LMS versions? I have installed the patch but my XP clients still cant access CW. I am also having problems finding the 1.4.1 plugin. I have found the 1.4.2 plugin from sun but it doesnt seem to work and the old 1.3.1 version keeps trying to install everytimne I connect to CW. The 1.4.2 plugin does work on a win2k box though. Can anyone shed some light on this subject?
I have been using both on my XP laptop all the time. In control panel, you will have to JPI icons. Go into the one with coffee cup, and click on "Browser" tab, select IE checkbox to use 1.4.1, deselect it to fallback to 1.3.1.
There's also another workaround which doesn't need you do this toggling. Simply install both IE and Netscape, and select IE to use 1.4.1 and let Netscape deal with 1.3.1.
I found out that if you install Windows XP and then load SP1A you will not have the Microsoft Java Virtual Manager. So when you try to access Cisco Works Java will be disabled on the browser. Microsoft did incorporate the JVM with SP1 and then took it out with SP1A. You can not download the JVM from Microsoft and they only support updates if you all ready have it installed. To get the JVM you must find XP SP1 and look for a file called msjavx86.exe. Just install it and you will be good to go.
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