How to Avoid Java 11 License Cost

How to Avoid Java 11 License Cost Jeremy Moskowitz former Group Policy MVP Jeremy Moskowitz
Microsoft MVP, Enterprise Mobility

In January 2019, Oracle provided the last public update of Java 8. This change introduced a Java 11 license cost and made it more difficult for administrators to implement Java updates. Today, administrators who install Java 8 U 202 and later are only able to obtain security updates when they purchase commercial support for each desktop; without commercial support, Java Runtime Environment clients may stop working. Additionally, “modern” versions of Java, like Java 11 and above, are only available from Oracle under a commercial support agreement. Fortunately, PolicyPak Java Rules Manager quickly and easily creates a Java Enterprise Deployment Rule Set (DRS) on Windows endpoint machines. This tool allows you to leverage older Java versions and prevents you from incurring Java 11 license costs.

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