There is a problem with norton stopping java.

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There is a problem with norton stopping java. While opening my netbeans 6.9 version java programming language software there is a problem occurred that my Norton antivirus is not allowing the launching of the application. I was wondering what is the main reason of this problem, I need to clarify this to you guys.

 

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Best Answer by Runyon Grace
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There is a problem with norton stopping java.

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Hi Lindsay,

 

The installer netbeans 6.9 version is suspicious of Norton Antivirus and therefore prevented from running and deleted/quarantine. This is the reason why your application not allowing to launch. I suggest you to go some forum sites about netbeans there you can gain more information about. Hope I can give you a little clarification of your problem. 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #183243

There is a problem with norton stopping java.

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Hi,

Yes there is a problem with the 'Netbeans 6.9 version' due to some bug. However version 6.8 is working accurately, you can try that. You will not find the solution if you turn off the Norton Antivirus. Uninstalling the antivirus will help but it is not recommended. Research shows that Norton has updated its antivirus. So please update your antivirus, hopefully it will not block your application. If the problem persists please report the problem to Norton Antivirus support forum. Please visit the below link for technical details of bug in 'Netbeans 6.9 version'.

https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=185095

I hope it will help.

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There is a problem with norton stopping java.

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That happens because of Norton’s real-time protection which watches over all program executions on the computer. All antivirus programs have real-time protection. It monitors all activities on the computer like browsing of folders, running a program, loading a document, and so on. To make sure your program is clean, update your Norton antivirus then perform a full system scan.

If Norton found no malware on your computer, add NetBeans to Norton’s exclusions list. Open your Norton antivirus then go to “Settings” then locate the “Exclusions” section. Here, add NetBeans. Click “Add” then navigate to the installation folder of NetBeans then select the main EXE file. Once it is added to Norton’s exclusions, try running NetBeans again and it should fix the problem.

When a program is added to the exclusions list of an antivirus, the real-time protection of the antivirus will ignore all activities from the program, which in this case, is NetBeans. Visit NetBeans IDE to get the latest.

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