My question is as the title states really. But to give a bit more detail as to what I would like to know, basically we have a small group of users who wish to create small video tutorials to distribute on the net. They've found a website which provides this functionality for free and it makes use of Java. The issue is that as default Java picks up its proxy settings automatically from IE and it doesn't seem to be doing this (our IE is set with automatically detect settings). The way around this is to manually enter our proxy address into Javas settings, however users do not have access to do this.
So where does Java save its proxy settings when they are manually entered into Java? Once I know that then I can change the appropriate registry/ini settings.
So if anyone could provide help it would be appreciated.
(P.S wasn't 100% sure if this should have gone on server fault or Super user so let me know if this is the wrong site)