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Service Tag software can be downloaded from Sun Inventory .
JDK and JRE service tags allow installed instances of the JDK and JRE to be discovered and registered under a user's account on Sun Connection.
There is no change in the JDK/JRE installation instruction, and there is no change in the Java runtime.
After the installation, I cleared Java Cache, browser's Cache, and logged into a secure website that uses an Applet to provide certain additional services to the user. I accessed to check the Java version detected in Internet Explorer, and the java website says: Other browsers can check Java, and the mentioned applet works as expected: As the applet works as expected in other browsers, I can assume the problem is not the Applet nor its deployment files/processes, but the compatibility of JRE 7u51 with IE 11.
I would like to know if there is any workaround for this.
A system-wide blacklist will be distributed with each JRE release.
Java Plugin and Web Start will consult this blacklist and refuse to load any class or resource contained in a jar file that's on the blacklist. The 6u14 includes version 14.0 of the Java Hot Spot Virtual Machine, which provides improved reliability, serviceability and performance.