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Web Start Warning Triangle

Brian Drelling
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I'm not sure if it is bad, good, or simply annoying to open another thread so soon after the other, but I figure a different topic requires a different thread, so here goes...

I'm sure anyone familiar with this board knows what I might be asking the moment they read the subject--I feel it is one of those newbie issues I should know about. Looking it up online, I get a lot of inconclusive answers.

Short question: What is it, and how do I get rid of it?

Is it simply a warning for users grabbing the program that the program is unsigned and such?

If so, anywhere I can get a brief tutorial on signing? I have already done it once, so I know the keystore commands and such, but, uh... what is the "etiquette" of doing so? Any chance javaranch.com has examples and stuff for me?
 
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