FaqHowToLetInstallerDetectJDK

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How to let the NetBeans Installer detect installed JDKs?

Contributed by; Ankit Khemka


I tried following the steps written in FaqInstallJavahome, however I couldn't install the NetBeans IDE. If you don't have administrator rights on your system like in offices, educational institutes, etc. What would you do?


Solution Tried on NetBeans 6.X

I copied the installed JDK folder to another location where I had access as non-administrator, and set the environment variable JAVA_HOME (on Windows) to point to the new location of JDK. Then, launch the installer and here you go!
You are welcome to update this wiki, if you have a better solution.

Comment: I don't see what this has to do with admin permissions?

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