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Default behavior easily changed through the Control Panel - Java Plug In - Update tab - uncheck "Check for Updates Automatically" and be sure to press the "Apply" button before closing it showed up on my comp out of nowhere.. swev Java update scheduler - Enabled by default without asking and can potentially create compatibilty issues thru forced updates fff Updates Java, easy to end, Doesn't harm when ending. If disabled, the errors only occurs when using Java Applications.

I keep saying it no but this little bugger is persistent. Java has served as a virus gateway on several occasions. i looked up netstat and was a bit surpriesed to find it with the ip port 80 to communicate. alex Reply Jim says: March 11, 2011 at 3:05 PM Alex-I am indicated as administrator. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/what-is-juschedexe-and-why-is-it-running/

Wendy comes with a free tree frog if you install the Japanese version Neil Seal just because its annoying doesnt mean its a virus If you disable it via msconfig, it You can always do updates manually GeeWhiz Open ports on one's computer are never a beneficial circumstance unless they are in use by the user directly. You should import or change the registry with: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Update\Policy] “EnableJavaUpdate”=dword:00000000 “EnableAutoUpdateCheck”=dword:00000000 Then delete the scheduled task.

Thanks for your help. Someone (beginning to wish it was me) reloaded my XP Pro onto a new hard drive and Java is 1.6.0_13-b03 which may, or maynot be the latest version (Sun says yes, I wouldn't worry so much about getting rid of the jusched's and the Reader_sl's of the world if the would let me configure them for 2 AM webchecks. BTW, SFFROG, I, too, am somewhat a geezered geek having also started programming in 1969 (went on to being an Oracle DBA).

However, since I have not actually installed it, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware anti-malware tool is able to find it. In itself this is a reason to disable jusched.exe. When Java Control Panel loads up, click on the Update Tab, then un-tick the box next to Check for Updates Automatically. 5. share|improve this answer answered Feb 3 '11 at 11:43 MBraedley 2,34732040 3 As I stated in my question; there is no entry for it in msconfig. –Rewinder Feb 3 '11

Dangerous ! Roitberg I discovered jusched.exe running when I was alerted for having a virus on my system. Done! What does "the way of" mean in "To the deer it is a reminder of the way of all flesh ... "?

Also running is iexplorer.exe and everytime I close it, jusched starts up and starts ie again. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/jusched.exe.html R-Clinicking and running the javacpl.exe as administrator then following the steps that MrGroove gave does get the job done. February 20, 2008 Alexis Pandaan I thought that it was a virus process until I read this. Any help would be great.

This instruction needs greater clarity: "Just type in Task Scheduler into the start menu search box to open the task scheduler, and then click on Create Basic Task." I can go The worm may also spread via network shares and MSSQL servers protected by weak passwords. Jusched.exe is not a Windows core file. I am now configuring another Win7 64-bit achine for the domain, I will first try what MrGroove suggested and then what Daniel suggested and i'll update what my findings are.

I went to consumer.installshield.com and found the error. Start makeing programs that tell you what their doing and why their doing it. Search Startups Startup Database Navigation Startups Home Newest Entries Rootkit List Startup Database Forum How to use the Startup Database Submit a Startup RSS Feed Newsletter Sign Up

Follow End process with taskmanager or delete entire program.

Even when you turn off automatic updates it continues to run and presents users with the option of an update. T? See also: Link Victor Java Update Xiiderz Tried to disable through the java "properties" screen - no matter what it would start up again when the system restarted.

Use common sense.

I can't find Jucheck.exe anywhere but when I do search, a file pops up and disapears in about 1 second. The file is not a Windows system file. I don't know why they make it run this way on Windows (one instance per user = lots of instances) when on UNIX it runs single-instance. See also: Link Bert Java Auto update anasazi It's JAVA al least not a microsoft freak stuff microsoft er Never had a problem with this program aside from a harmless glitch

So what can you do to determine whether or not the jusched.exe process is a virus? Greg Not dangerous but annoying. Maybe not a security threat - but very annoying. You can download this powerful took from the following link: http://www.compuchenna.co.uk/go/spyhunter Posted in: Tips Are you looking for a way to repair all the errors on your computer?

John Update scheduler for Java from Oracle.Calls home ones in a while at an interval and time the user can set.To avoid security holes in Java I think it's wise to Is there a diffrence between the two different ways? See errormessages in jusched.log Lungenwurm This is a simple helpful utility from Java install which helps you keep Java software required to run applets/applications written in Java language updated. Does win7 use WinKey+W for explorer?

Or for those not in a corporate environment, just delete the task manually as an administrator. Drummerman (further information) I cant disable it on Win7 HP. Better luck next version. Danijela S.

it is not worth loosing internet! Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. Reply Goonbas January 25, 2010 at 9:28 am # Hello MrGroove, I am not certain, which of the Step 2 you are referring to. The sole purpose of jusched.exe appears to be to run jucheck.exe occasionally to check for updates.

Doing NOTHING, if it obeys the registry key. Click the "Never Check" button, then close the Java Control panel with the "OK" button. I think it's wierd that we're all getting IP addresses to various unrelated sites. The program has no visible window.

The software updater for Java can typically be found in the following location: C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_01\bin\jucheck.exe Note: The \jre1.6.0_01\ part will vary depending on the version of Java you have currently installed I have 2 HDD's I swap into this laptop, 1 strictly geared towards A/V Prod. To follow are a set of instructions that you can use to better optimise your computer for Java updates and also what to do, in the event that you discover your using windows live onecare anonomous java update, ITS HARMLESS me I could not access the internet until I terminated the process Processlibrary.com says "This program is important for the stable and

May 9, 2008 Alan was doing fine until I got to the "Schedule Java Update Check" section. As mentioned before: great tip - keep it up!