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    Error Permission denied: connect


    In the past week Java suddenly stopped working. I can't load applets, I get an error in the corner of the page, I can't run .jars because of java.net.SocketException: Permission denied: connect. Is there anyway to fix this? I am running Java 7 and I need it
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    Permission denied


    Yes there is a way to fix your problem: call you network administrator to investigate which port is required by the applet you intend to view, then have him/her open the port for you.
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    Originally Posted by tvc3mye
    Yes there is a way to fix your problem: call you network administrator to investigate which port is required by the applet you intend to view, then have him/her open the port for you.
    I am the network administrator. And I cant run ANY applets on any webpage. Java 6 only works for some reason.
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    In the past week Java suddenly stopped working.
    what has changed?
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    Java Console


    Originally Posted by fantity
    I am the network administrator. And I cant run ANY applets on any webpage. Java 6 only works for some reason.
    Check the Java console in the browser when you open a web page with Java Applets. See what errors are logged in the Java console and post them here. You may want to set to the highest logging level if necessary.
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