I can’t get Java to install. I tried to update to no avail, then deleted Java but can’t get it reinstalled. I believe it is a Firewall issue. What do I do to my firewall to let Java in? I am using Chrome, and the Java message I get says “The installer can not proceed with the current internet settings”.
This only became a problem after I got Comodo and tried to update Java.
Turned off or exit? I encountered that with an XP SP3 machine with AvastFree. I set Avast to be enabled after restart. Shutdown (exit) CIS (right-click the tray icon>Exit).
Well you might wanna try checking first what Java you have downloaded. I personally do not let Java update itself. I download the latest version from the site and install it manually(install over existing). When “install over existing” can’t be possible (as with my experience in the XP pc) I disable AV/firewall>uninstall Java with RevoUninstaller>restart>install manually again.
Let’s wait for some more ideas. The guys might have some better ideas/tips
Right clicking on CIS tray icon and choosing “exit” won’t disable the FW; it just close CIS GUI. If you want to disable the FW you have, after right clicking CIS tray icon, chose Firewall and then “disable”.
Could you check in FW > Network Security Policy > Application Rules if there isn’t a block rule for Java.
Check also in Defense+ > Computer Security Policy > Application rules if there isn’t in the rules for Java some blocked items.
You could also try to install Java trough Internet Explorer to see if that makes a difference