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How to check which JRE that IE picks up when execute a Java Applet

 
ying lam
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Hi,

I have a legacy Java Applet which requires Microsoft JVM to run.
However, when in IE 7, for some reason it can't find this Microsoft JVM.
I have under-installed the Sun's JVM, reinstall this old Microsoft JVM, IE still can't find it.

Can you please tell me how can I force IE 7 to look for Microsoft JVM?

Thank you.
 
Sunil Vasudevan
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I haven't used this option myself. But you can give the following setting a try under IE Internet Options:

Click on Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced Tab ->
Check Microsoft VM under this.
 
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I think the default VM used is the microsoft VM. You can configure this under the Advanced tab in the options menu
 
ying lam
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Thanks. I have tried that suggestion. But for some reason, JavaApplet runs on IE7 still can't detect the right JVM (microsoft JVM).

Is there some register that I should check?

Thank you for any more idea.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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