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Smart Upgrade Pattern Detection
Tue, Sep 23rd 2014 1:10p   David Brown
I've noticed what I believe to be an inaccuracy in the oldie but goodie Understanding Lotus Notes Smart Upgrade Redpaper. The pattern matching example on Page 29 says that * matches anything- including nothing. The most commonly used wildcards and expressions are * and ?; for example: Release 6.5.4* would match: – Release 6.5.4 – Release 6.5.4FP1 – Release 6.5.4FP2 – Release 6.5.4FP3 – Release 6.5.4HF719 However,
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Disabling Java Updates
Fri, May 30th 2014 11:12a   David Brown
I've had recent reason to not want Java to update. There is a setting that is supposed to allow me to turn off the feature, but it would not let me save the setting. Google to the rescue. Here is how to get the setting to stick: For Windows 7, The Java Control Panel needs Admin rights. Navigate to where Java is installed, usually something along these lines: C:Program Files (x86)Javajre7bin Then scroll down till you see: javacpl.exe Right click on it and select "Run as Administr




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