Error messages include the following:
- load: class com.netapp.meter.HealthMonitor not found.
- load: class com.netapp.meter.PerfMeter not found.
- load: class com.netapp.meter.AtAGlance not found.
On Windows, the Java Control Panel is inside the Windows control panel. On GNU/Linux, however, there isn't an common location to find this software.
KDE finds the Control Panel in the KMenu with a simple search in the menu for 'Control Panel'; it shows as 'Sun Java 6 Plugin Control Panel'. Otherwise you can launch this app from the command line (and then go install KDE).
First let's find the app with locate:
shell$ locate ControlPanel
On my Debian setup, it appears to be at
Launching that brings up the Java Control Panel:
Navigating to the Advanced tab > Security > General, you can uncheck 'Use TLS 1.0'. Click [Apply], click [Ok], and restart *all* of your running web browsers.