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useful to pushing out updates, but only if the user chooses to download it. id remove the prompt and just download it directly.another alternative would be runajar, but of course will only be useful to servers with large bandwidth. it essentially runs the archive from the URL, without downloading anything except the cache. would basically run the client on the webserver, which would only be updated by the host.I use runajar personally because I can have one jar file, and quite a few shell scripts/batch commands and run any number of clients I want, only using different parameters. it saves hd space for all the servers I play from time to time.