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The Applications Manager client requires Java Web Start. If you do not have Java Web Start installed,
use the links below to install the appropriate version prior to launching the Applications Manager client.
Start the Applications Manager client
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Starting the Applications Manager Client:
If your browser gives you the option to open or launch the Client.jnlp file, then you can launch the Applications Manager client from this page.
If your browser downloads the Client.jnlp file, then you can launch the Applications Manager client by opening that
file from where it downloads, using Java Webstart.
After opening the Client.jnlp file once, you can start the Applications Manager client from a desktop shortcut.
A desktop shortcut is automatically created if the default setting of Always allow is selected for the Shortcut
Creation option on the Advanced tab in your local Java Control Panel. If that setting is not checked, you can
create a desktop shortcut for an Applications Manager client from your computer's Java Control Panel. You do this by viewing
the temporary internet files on the General tab and then right-clicking the Applications Manager client and picking
the Install Shortcuts option.