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Updating Java won’t fix the problem because you will just have Java 8.You can download the Java 6 here: You must click on the download link and a DMG containing the Java 6 installer is downloaded.Both Apple Java 6 and Oracle Java 7 are capable of being installed silently; I’ve seen both deployed successfully as “unattended installs” (which are background installations with no user interaction) via Munki. Control Panel.main(Unknown Source)@barret55 \- its likely not working because when its run through a policy its running the command as a different user, such as your Casper service account or root, not as the logged in user. We can start simple and work up to the slightly more complicated workaround.Not sure how this applies to installation from within Casper. OS X has gotten more strict with each new release about what it allows to be run as the logged in user when its being called by another account, especially when it comes to GUI operations. You will need a full script for these, not just a single command that you can place into the Advanced Run Command section. not sure why its opening Terminal, other than it may be because the Contol Panel is an executable, not a full app. Click the Mac OS X option (near the center of the page) to download the installation file. Once downloaded, double click the file to launch the installer, then double click the package icon to launch the Install Wizard. The Install Wizard will display the Java 7 Welcome Screen.
To use applets on a web page, click on the region labeled "Missing plug-in" to go download the latest version of the Java applet plug-in from Oracle.
It enables you to use Java applications on your Mac and is simple to install although you need to close your browser before doing so.
You can also download Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard via your Java preferences in your System Prefs folder.
Then you must open the Java DMG, then double click on the Java installer, follow the prompts and complete the installation of Java 6.
Once the Java is installed, you can follow the process of installing SPSS as normal.
What I'd like to do is to have Casper use a policy to silently check for and/or update Java in the background, but I can't seem to find any sort of terminal command to accomplish this throughout the interwebs. We use a script that runs on the every30 trigger that scans the versions of all the applications installed, then prompts the user to run software updates from Self Service (another script we wrote that updates all out of date apps) if a non-critical update is available.