Can you check if you have a Java Update icon in the Icon Tray?
In the past I've noticed some odd behavior by Java Applications when the Java Update icon is in the tray.
I generally cancel it when it's available. (Unless I really have time to update the JRE.)
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Occasionally, RDi will refuse to relinquish the "focus" on my Windows 10 PC. I've had issues in the past where it wouldn't relinquish focus to ACS. But today it doesn't matter what application I have running.
I have to minimize RDi before I can move to other apps (Outlook, ACS 5250, open folder, etc.). ALT-TAB, mouse clicks etc. fail
I can click on the start menu.
I can click on the task menu, but when I select a task it focuses on RDi.
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