FRM-92095: Oracle JInitiator version too low. Please install version or higher.

I tested it on Windows 7 and 10 environment.  It works!


IE Browser on Windows 10 ->

Blocked by Java Security…



Add the blocked URL to the Exception Site List.



Relaunch the webpage.  You will get all the security warnings.  Run all of them.




If you get JInitiator version too low.  See solution below adding Environment Variable.




System Properties -> open up Environment Variables…


Add the User Variable and reboot your computer.

Variable name: JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS
Variable value: -Djava.vendor=”Sun Microsystems Inc.”




Windows 7 Updates Stuck

1. Windows Update Settings -> Never check for updates (Note: disjoin computer from the domain).
2. Restart computer.
3. Services -> Stop Windows Updates.
4. Install manually these two updates (no particular order):
a. Windows6.1-KB3020369-x64
b. Windows6.1-KB3172605-x64
5. Restart computer.
6. Go to Windows Update and start your updates. This may take a while. It took me less than 10 minutes on a fresh installation of Windows 7 Pro SP1.

Domain Controllers Taking Too Long to Replicate After Rebooted – Network Service Outage

Microsoft Operations Management Suite -> AD Assessment: No Global Catalog server in Domain or Active Directory forest.  Add at least 1 GC.

  • Your Active Directory forest does not contain any global catalog servers (GCs).  This may result in total service outage if the link between sites fails because domain controllers (DCs) will no longer be able to service authentication requests.
  • One or more domains have no Global Catalog server.  This means that domain controllers (DCs) will be unable to resolve objects in other domains within your Active Directory forest.  Authentication requests may fail and applications such as Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook clients may cease to function correctly.


Despite the above assessment, I have three Global Catalog servers.

To list Global Catalog servers-> repadmin /viewlist gc:


Diagnose with Nltest Utility

Get Global Catalog detail information-> nltest /dsgetdc:DomainName /gc

Screen shot below.  As you can see.  IP address is incorrect.

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Directory Service Event Log

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My simple fix: Uninstall/remove NIC software and driver.  Install the latest driver.  Restart.

After updated to the latest driver,  run the get Global Catalog detail information command-> nltest /dsgetdc:DomainName /gc