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Script to download and silent install Java Runtime

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This script will download the small online installer, generate the silent install cfg file and run the installer.  The timer near the end is set for 3 minutes as it has to download the full installer first and Java takes a while to install anyway.  If you want to get the latest version just go to https://java.com/en/download/win10.jsp and copy the link from the button that says "Agree and start free download".  Then past this link into the $source variable.  I find that this installer works on both windows 7 and windows 10.

 

# Download and silent install Java Runtime Environement

# working directory path
$workd = "c:\temp"

# Check if work directory exists if not create it
If (!(Test-Path -Path $workd -PathType Container))

New-Item -Path $workd  -ItemType directory 
}

#create config file for silent install
$text = '
INSTALL_SILENT=Enable
AUTO_UPDATE=Enable
SPONSORS=Disable
REMOVEOUTOFDATEJRES=1
'
$text | Set-Content "$workd\jreinstall.cfg"
    
#download executable, this is the small online installer
$source = "http://javadl.oracle.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=230511_2f38c3b165be4555a1fa6e98c45e0808"
$destination = "$workd\jreInstall.exe"
$client = New-Object System.Net.WebClient
$client.DownloadFile($source, $destination)

#install silently
Start-Process -FilePath "$workd\jreInstall.exe" -ArgumentList INSTALLCFG="$workd\jreinstall.cfg"

# Wait 120 Seconds for the installation to finish
Start-Sleep -s 180

# Remove the installer
rm -Force $workd\jre*

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