Updating xml

Java Update can only be run if the system is connected to the internet.

Alternatively, you can go to get the latest Java version.

In the 4.x UCS release these were merged into the same binary file.

Yes, updating to Java 7, using Auto Update or updating through the Java Control Panel, will remove the highest version of Java 6 installed.

Java 6 has reached its End of Public Updates, which means there will be no further public secure updates for Java 6.

Monthly updates check weekly and notify you within 30 days that an update is available, however, if an update is considered critical you are notified within a week of its release.

From the Java Control Panel Update tab, you can manually check for an update any time by clicking on the Update Now button located at the bottom of the Update tab on the Java Control Panel.

By enabling your system to check for the latest version, you keep your system secure with the latest patch updates.

We strongly recommend that you do not disable the update feature.

In previous versions (Polycom SIP software 3.x or earlier) this manual process was not available.

Also the firmware was packaged differently in the previous SIP versions as the device firmware was provided as two separate binary files, the bootloader image and the application image.

When a new version is found we ask your permission to upgrade your Java installation.

You can schedule how often to check for updates, or check manually at any time.

This process allows the device to be manually pointed to a Polycom hosted web server distribution point on the Internet to download and install new firmware packages from.

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