Upgrading to Java 1.8 Update 202 OneClick errors with HTTP 403

Document ID : KB000126255
Last Modified Date : 01/03/2019
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Issue:
After upgrading/installing Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.8 Update 202 the OneClick console does not start.
It errors out with:

java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 403 for URL: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/spectrum/oneclick.jnlp

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Cause:
Broadcom has not determined the exact cause of this issue
Resolution:
Workaround for the problem seen can be done in two ways.

First:

1. Go into Java Control Panel
2. Click the "Settings" button under Temporary Internet Files
3. Uncheck "Keep temporary files on my computer"

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4. Click Ok, and then ok again.

Console should now launch successfully.

Second option:

1. Create a new directory on %SYSTEMDRIVE% (I.e. C:\java_cache)
2. Navigate to %SYSTEMDRIVE%/Users/%USERID%/AppData/LocalLow/Sun/Java/Deployment
3. Open the depoloyment.properties file in a text editor.
4. Add this line:

deployment.user.cachedir=C\:\\java_cache 

5. Save the file and exit.
6. Attempt to start the console

Console should launch.

Either option will work fine.  The second option prevents downloading the Java Application each time it is launched because it will be stored locally. 
Additional Information:
CA/Broadcom has opened a ticket with Oracle to get this resolved.  If you are unable to make the changes to java settings due to corporate policies, please downgrade java to a previous 1.8 minor release.