|Jan 11, 2013, 11:42 AM||#1|
OS X 10.7.5 Lion; Java Blocked
I have a user trying to use our work VPN. When she is trying to use Network Connect it will say the Java Plug-in is blocked. However, I went to Safari Preferences > Java is enabled. Java Preferences > All fine! Also reinstalled Java to the latest version too.
I also tried repairing her Permissions in Disk Utility.
Her latest Email;
I made the new account like you suggested and the same thing happened. It asked for Java. I reinstalled it. It said plug-in blocked.
So then i went to my time machine and restored to Tuesday (when I last was able to connect from home). That didn't work either.
What else can I do?
|Jan 11, 2013, 03:07 PM||#3|
apparently there's a huge exploit out there (as of today) - maybe that's it?
2012 MPB 15, 16GB, 512SSD - Logic Audio
2010 Mac Pro, 64GB, 1T SSD, X5680 swap x2, EVGA GTX570, VEP5, Kontakt, and AE
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