Java removes (TM) from the Application Name

Java Removes (TM)

New in Java 7 update 6 is the removal of the ever present (TM) in their application name. So your application name now reads “Java 7 Update 6
as opposed to “Java(TM) 7 Update 5”. The (TM) has been in the name for as long as we can remember. Java removes TM from name

Update Collections

This is important for those who may have PDQ Inventory collections that are looking for the (TM) in the string to match who may have Java installed.

The change also makes it cleaner for reporting purposes by keeping the parens out of the name. Granted, that’s a small thing, but hey, clean is clean.

Silently Install Java 7 Update 6

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You can install Java with the free mode of PDQ Deploy, but the Pro Mode allows for multiple steps, like disabling Java auto-updates and ensuring that all browsers are killed before the install proceeds.

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