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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Please try the following:
    1. Download the following file and save it in an empty folder of your choosing http://download.statsremote.com/msjavwu.zip
    2. Unzip this file. If successful, you will see 15 new files.
    3. Double-click javatrig.exe and wait until the installation process is complete.
    4. Reboot your PC.
    I actually tried those steps first. I've even gone as far as downloading MSJVM from two other sources. I suspect it is something either funny with my computer, or an effect from either a microsoft update or the latest java release. Basically, I can't get it installed - I spent 3 hours last night on something that should've taken 5 mins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matted View Post
    I actually tried those steps first. I've even gone as far as downloading MSJVM from two other sources. I suspect it is something either funny with my computer, or an effect from either a microsoft update or the latest java release. Basically, I can't get it installed - I spent 3 hours last night on something that should've taken 5 mins.
    I'm sorry to hear that. Usually if there's a problem with installing the MSJVM, above method with the zip file always works.

    What do you see when you type 'jview' in your command prompt?

    Maybe some kind of 'protection software' you have running on your computer doesn't allow you to install the MSJVM? I never heard about such a case but you never know.
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    We just released a StatsRemote update.

    Four new gambling affiliate programs have been added: Biggest Bingo and Club Tokyo Casino - both are GPWA certified sponsors - plus Refer Bingo UK and Skill Rush.

    Please let me know if you experience any problems.
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    Thanks JB. It's good to see support for the missing sponsor programs being added. We've updated our affiliate program pages for Biggest Bingo and Club Tokyo so they now display the StatsRemote "supported program" seal.

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    Thank you, Michael. We're getting closer to 100%
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    I downloaded this fantastic tool yesterday and am using it now to monitor the affiliate groups I found there, although there are also quite a few I did not find. I am also not getting any data from Bodog, Gambling Federation and Vegas Partner, although my stats report pages are accessible by clicking on their program names.

    Many thanks Michael for providing us with this productivity tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nandakishore View Post
    I downloaded this fantastic tool yesterday and am using it now to monitor the affiliate groups I found there, although there are also quite a few I did not find. I am also not getting any data from Bodog, Gambling Federation and Vegas Partner, although my stats report pages are accessible by clicking on their program names.

    Many thanks Michael for providing us with this productivity tool.

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    Unfortunately I am unable to execute this program. Experiencing the same difficulties as Matted.

    I tried on four different P.C’s one of which basically has no security features. Tried various OS but no success. I spent an hour tying to figure it out and gave up.

    This program would be a huge asset so I will not give up so easily. Try a few more things I guess unless someone else has a few suggestions?

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    greek39 and matted... I'm really sorry you're having trouble with installing StatsRemote or better say the MSJVM.

    Maybe you could try one more thing for now: Please download the following file, install it and reboot your machine. It's a different version of the Microsoft JVM.
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    Please don't forget to reboot your machine!

    If this doesn't help either please let me know what you see when you type 'jview' in your command prompt?

    Maybe you could send an email to support AT statsremote DOT com as well with as much information as possible... your OS, what you see when you type jview, what happens when you try to start StatsRemote (nothing or an error), etc. We will try our best to make it work for you.

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    I was just about to come back and repost...

    I couldn't get this program to run on my laptop (main business computer). However, on one of the other 3 computers around my house - the next I tried, it all came up fine. Now granted, it is a fairly fresh Vista installation - but worked great once I added the MSJVM and disabled user accounts. Dont know why I didn't think of this last night... I was somewhat fired up and frustrated - not thinking clearly I guess.

    Now that I've got everything up and running, it was worth the effort. 10 minutes to add in my aff accounts and I nearly instantly knew how much I was owed and how well each program was doing (hits/conversions, etc). All but two or three programs were in there... I'll send those over later this weekend.

    Awesome deal guys... I'll ride the free trial for a bit and then sign up for a paid account. Pricing is a bit steep for a smaller webmaster, but considering the amount of time this saves - and gives me the data whenever I want, it probably is about fair.
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    Would appear the program is looking for the MJSVM file to run. Unfortunately M$ has trashed this file quite sometime ago through security updates. The MSJVM is a well know security risk as well.

    So the reason I cannot run this program is because I no longer have this file. Stats remote appears to require this file to operate. I suspect most of those who did manage a successful execute have it as well.

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    If the Command prompt returns “ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. Then you OS does not have this file. As stated earlier M$ no longer supports this file.

    Anyone have any ideas?

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    Greek - did you try this?

    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Please try the following:
    1. Download the following file and save it in an empty folder of your choosing http://download.statsremote.com/msjavwu.zip
    2. Unzip this file. If successful, you will see 15 new files.
    3. Double-click javatrig.exe and wait until the installation process is complete.
    4. Reboot your PC.
    It didn't work for me on my laptop, but did work on my desktop. I must agree that use of the MSJVM is not the way to go - very glad to hear you guys are working on an upgraded version. MSJVM is out the window Dec 31 this year.
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    matted... I'm glad that you got it to work

    greek39... reading your last post it seems like you didn't try to install the MSJVM yet. If that's the case please download and install it, then reboot your computer. You can find the download links and instructions here:
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    matted... I'm glad that you got it to work

    greek39... reading your last post it seems like you didn't try to install the MSJVM yet. If that's the case please download and install it, then reboot your computer. You can find the download links and instructions here:
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    No I did not because of the security risks involved. The security risks would not involve your program but rather others that may use this file for exploitation.

    But what I could do is download the file on a diffrent PC not containing important material.

    The program is excellent and well worth it!

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    Yeah - I do think it is important to mention to everyone who installed the MSJVM...

    There are some unfixed security problems with that file. The problems have largely subsided because use of MSJVM is minimal (MS wiped it out in their XP SP1 update, I believe). MS stopped development (read: security patches) several years ago, despite vulnerabilities being widely known.

    Minimally, make sure your computer has a good firewall and such... As soon as the JRE version is available, switch over... (Then we'll need help getting MSJVM removed from our systems!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by matted View Post
    Yeah - I do think it is important to mention to everyone who installed the MSJVM...

    There are some unfixed security problems with that file. The problems have largely subsided because use of MSJVM is minimal (MS wiped it out in their XP SP1 update, I believe). MS stopped development (read: security patches) several years ago, despite vulnerabilities being widely known.

    Minimally, make sure your computer has a good firewall and such... As soon as the JRE version is available, switch over... (Then we'll need help getting MSJVM removed from our systems!)
    Good advice matted! Exactly what I plan on doing.

    JB, thank you very much.

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    greek39... if you're afraid to install the MSJVM on your main computer, it's probably a good idea to install it on a different computer.

    All I can say is that there hasn't been a single security issue with our software since it was first released 5 1/2 years ago and I don't know of a single case where a StatsRemote user had security issues with the MSJVM.
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    JB,

    The security risk is not your program but rather the OS file type it uses to operate. The MSJVM is a M$ batch file a M$ product. Stats Remote needs this file on the OS in order to execute. Consider for a moment if the software no longer needed this file to operate. I can imagine sales going up.

    But in any case I really like your product and will most certainly download it on a different P.C.

    As I stated earlier the program is excellent M$ is the problem.

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    greek39... I totally understand what you mean and IMHO using Windows as your OS together with other Microsoft software will always be a security risk per se.

    We've been developing the SUN Java version for almost a year now and it should be ready in a few months. Now it's pretty much the complete opposite of 6 years ago. Many things are now possible with SUN Java which are not possible with MS Java.

    For me the most important change will be that StatsRemote will also run on other platforms - e.g. Linux and Mac OS X - and next year we will release a version for mobile devices as well. Also, right now when you click on a program you're automatically logged into your stats in IE and it doesn't work with any other browser. With the SUN Java version you will be able to use Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc. and there won't be the need to use IE at all anymore.
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    I totally agree M$ will always have security issues because it is the most popular. The Mac OS its just a matter of time before it falls into the same category. Now a Linux OS from a security pespective is probably the most secure.

    These are all very good advancements no question. In any case I am going for a download right now.

    Thanks again JB I really appreciate you doing this for us all.

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