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How do I "Always Enable Java
Q: How do I Always Enable Java?
Yes, I have read through the mozilla supplied articles, but none of them tell me how to get the red plug-in icon so I can change my plug-in settings. Currently, my plug-in icon blue. The only choices Firefox is giving me is to choose either "Block Plug-in" or "Continue allowing". That's not what I need. I have found a mozilla support page via web search that shows how to change the setting to "Always activate plug-ins for this site". That is what I need. [Link is given below]
Since Firefox began blocking Java in late October 2013, I now have to manually allow java every time i go to the financial sites I need to use for work - sites that must use java for their streaming charts / financial date - and have to re-check that little "Allow" box, again, all day long, every day. Have I mentioned how annoying this is?
I get that you folks at mozilla have determined that the "Java Development Toolkit is known to be vulnerable". I get that every day, all day. Repeatedly. For someone who needs to access streaming financial data, I'd like to be able to use a browser that will allow me to modify my settings that suit my needs. Or can I phone your I.T. department and have one of you check that "Allow" box for me all day, every day? Or would that be annoying?
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Can you please confirm if this is what you are looking for
- You want to be able to enable Java across all the sites you browse without you having to 'Allow and Remember' for each site.
- You want to push this as a setting to all the users in your organization
is that correct?
You also mentioned the support article How to allow Java on trusted sites that would enable Java for a site and remember the preferences. Does this not solve the issue for you?