How to deactivate oracle auto updating
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.
In this example, we use the existing Applications scan profile.
Now you can deploy this package to the computers in your Java Auto Update collection.
If you don't want to change the code, change the mapping to field access.
You can also prevent Hibernate of storing changes by setting Flush Mode to never on the session, but this only hides the real problem which will still occur in other situations an will lead to unnecessary updates.
I also tried Sysinternals Proc Monitor, but can't find place in registry where this information is stored.
EDIT: 1.7.0_67 Java on x64 have problem, that Enable Java Update in registry is set to 1 and it doesn't work (tab Update is not shown). 1.7.0_51 Java on x64 have problem, that whole registry path is missing in computer. 1.7.0._51 Java on x86 have path in registry and also Update tab on Configure Java dialog. I need to stop asking for downloading new version and AFTER THAT solving update all Java old versions on all computers.
If you are in an all-annotation world, this may be tricky.It is always grayed out otherwise, despite me being an admin on the box... Please edit your question to include the details of the steps found at the link you're referencing so that all may benefit from your answer, even if the linked site were ever to go down.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.Since you mentioned having "many computers", here is an example of how to do it using the command line on Windows 7 64-bit: Change Java Registry Keys Open Reg Edit on the Windows 7 PC.Before making any registry changes, it is recommended to first create a backup.