Is this true in all browsers, or only safari?


On Jul 26, 2012, at 6:32 AM, Greeves, Nick wrote:

If you try Mountain Lion and sites with the signed applet you may find you are unable to enable the applet.
This may help

It is new security feature in Mac OS X, by default only apps from Mac Store & from trusted developers are allowed to run there. Fortunatelly, it is easy to change, you have to allow this in Mac OS X preferences.

Go to Preferences -> Security & Privacy and click on padlock to allow changes.

Then in "Allow appications downloaded from" select "Anywhere".

After that, the button in Java dialog will be enabled.





All the best
Nick
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