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Re: How to restore to previous state after automatic update

CNemo
Mark,

thank you for your reply! That's what I've suspected too. Problem is that I'm absolutely not sure what I really need to do.
I understand that It should be simple to install additional JDKs from Jenkins Configuration UI, but I'm not able to start Jenkins. Would be installing JDK 1.8 on the box enough to fix my problem? Looking at command line in log, I tend to believe that Jenkins windows service is pulling configuration from somewhere and falling back to local JRE, that is located in subdirectory.
Where I can point Jenkins core to a specific JDK?

Also how I can disable plugins without using UI? I attempted rename plugins directory to no avail.

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