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We see the same problem with Java 7u51, IE11 and Windows 8.1.It seems a Reboot is required to allow IE to work with the latest Java version. The behavior of applets changes significantly with update 51.It's going to be a confusing couple of weeks for RIA developers.(We will probably just start using the web version of deploy instead of a local copy). There is no sense in downloading the x86 installer on an x64 based OS. This type of issue is cropping up again using the Windows 8 / IE 11 combination with the new version of Java (1.8.0_31).However, a (very) similar problem persists for our Safari users. The installation seems to work, but after installing Java via the Java Control Panel Update tab, every time you run a Java applet you are told your version of Java is outdated, but when you follow the prompts to again update, you are told your version of Java is newer than the one on the web.Tech giants have been trying to get the smartwatch right for nearly two decades.
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After the installation, I cleared Java Cache, browser's Cache, and logged into a secure website that uses an Applet to provide certain additional services to the user. I accessed to check the Java version detected in Internet Explorer, and the java website says: Other browsers can check Java, and the mentioned applet works as expected: As the applet works as expected in other browsers, I can assume the problem is not the Applet nor its deployment files/processes, but the compatibility of JRE 7u51 with IE 11.
I would like to know if there is any workaround for this.
So, my resolution was: Its not about security settings .. I ran into a similar issue that impacted all my browsers. Finally resolved my java install issue on Win 7 64-bit running IE11.