Error 1330 during Java installation


In rare cases you might get the following error message while installing Java: "Error 1330. A file that is required cannot be installed because the cabinet file as ain invalid digital signature. This may indicate that the cabinet file is corrupt."


Root cause

This is not a Verba software related issue, but a problem with the signatures in the Java installer in in Windows. This is typically caused by disabled Root Certificate Updates on your Windows Server, or administratively removed certificates used by Oracle to sign Java.


Read more about possible resolutions at the Oracle/Sun website:

If recommendations in the above Oracle article do not help, please try the steps here:
Important! This article is for Java 7.02, but you shall execute the steps using JDK 6.23 instead, which is the recommended Java version.

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