JavaManagement.au3 UDF 2016/03/04

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This UDF is desinged to manage JAVA Settings and Environment. This UDF is NOT designed to interact with JAVA Applets

 

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note: Oh, only now (27 minutes) I noticed that there is no AU3 file - now it is sorry.

 





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