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Does anyone know of a TS utility to remove old Java versions

By lserchia ·
Our user profiles are growing every time we update JAVA on our Terminal Servers. Can anyone recommend a utility to remove the old versions?

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by TobiF In reply to Does anyone know of a TS ...

I don't know about TS, but on my own system (Vista), I have noted that the Java installation will delete the old version of the files, UNLESS that file is currently in use...
This also means that you can't really run a utility at installation time, but perhaps after a couple of days.

On my private computer, I use Secunia PSI. It won't delete the files for me, but tells me what outdated files are left over, so that I can delete them myself. But that may not be what you need.

I had another thought, it's a long shot. But wouldn't it be better to store the Java runtime files in ONE place, and then just have the clients share this location as read-only. Upgrades may become easier.

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