Sorry Guys and Girls, I think. that was only a temp solution 😟
After 24hours and restarting the client, the obove mentioned plist will be downloaded automaticly from apple again.
Apple blocks now every (at this time currently official available) Java version.
The latest official java version is 1.6.0_37-b06-434 for the web-plugin and 126.96.36.199 for the runtime, that you could get from Orcacle: http://www.java.com/en/download/mac_download.jsp
But Apple blocks all lower versions then 1.6.0_37-b06-435 for Webplugin and 188.8.131.52 for rumtimes via their XProtect Anti-Malware System, whats came ith 10.6.
Currently we have to workaround that, every 24hours after a reboot of the clients.
In our Enterprise, we run a management platform, where i can configure logon-scripts to change the versions in the plist back to the current available, but in fact that means, Orcle or Apple have to release a Java-Update. And thats very quickly.
We are in the position that we need java to run certain applications from 3rd party companies for our work in the company. This is the only way to get our users ready for work. Hard decision Apple...
At the moment, no Mac-Computer worldwide is able to run any Java-Applicationwithout the temporary workaround before a newer Java Version will be released and installed.
There is a newer Java Version out there, but its for developers only, and i have no developer account...