I found a person on yahoo answers that has a similar problem and tried doing their fix but after installing the old version of java, I can only locate jre1.7.0_07not the jre1.7.0_07that is required.

These are user's directories on a Windows server, we cannot just set permissions to Everyone.

Hello tomshardware community members, I am having trouble updating to the latest version of Java.

If you are using Configuration Manager 2012, creating Applications is a fairly simple process using the vendor supplied MSI package. By default the Java website has you downloading an . In this case the latest version was Java 7.0_40 as you can see above.

Obviously you have to replace User Name in the path with your actual user name.

Our company has been rolling out Surface Pro 3 devices for several months now.

We use SCCM with MDT integration to image these devices and we integrate the latest driver and firmware packages as part of the build process.

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I want to update my bios for my MSI B75MA-P45 motherboard but I am not quite sure how to do so.

Once you see the “Welcome to Java” screen shown below, the Java Program has already extracted the . For Windows 7 PC’s and Windows 8 PC’s Browse to C:\Users\User Name\App Data\Local Low\Sun\Java and you will see a directory of past Java Updates plus the new installation directory denoted by the Java version number on the directory.

After the file is downloaded, browse to the Downloads directory and Double-Click or Right-Click-Open the downloaded Java Update EXE, in this case were updating to Java 7 Update 40. Ignore the “Welcome to Java” installation window for now.

Yes I read the how to on the MSI website but I am still a bit confused.