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launch java application


We have ZCM 11.1 and windows 7 64 bit workstations.
I have a customer who has a java .jar application.

1) He copies the application folder locally via
Action Install Copy Directory to C:\Program Files (x86)\TPD
He can then run C:\Program Files (x86)\TPD\TPD.jar manually.

However, how does he launch TPD.jar via ZCM?

Is it Launch and Add 'Launch Java Application'.
If so, what does he put in Java Program name?
The documentation just says e.g. com.novell.TestProg

In Path to Java Runtime Executable (JRE): we have C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe
Under Advanced and Working Directory, we have C:\Program Files (x86)\TPD\TPD.jar

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