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    rreed2000
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    After the most recent Java update to Snow Leopard, I find that the system is periodically disabling Java after x no. of days of no use.  It is easy to go to /Applications/Utilities/Java Preferences and reenable it.  But I would like to be able to create a bash script to reenable it so I can push it out to my Mac users periodically and make sure they all keep Java enabled.

    Is there a way to enable Java support via a terminal command?  Is there a specific plist file that could be modified to reenable Java?

    I haven’t been able to find the answer to this.

    Bob Reed

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