These are the steps I took to installing the JCE Unlimited Strength Policy files:
1) Went to Java JCE Download Page on Oracle.
2) Extracted files from zip.
3) Placed local_ and US_export_ files in C:\Java\_22\jre\lib\security folder.
Note: C:\Java\_22 is set as %JAVA_HOME%
4) Updated system classpath to include location of jars.
Note: There are other files, that came with the JDK within the security folder, including : , , , - but those probably have nothing to do with the JCE files, right?
These extenuating circumstances include importing an unapproved drug for a serious condition for which there may be no effective treatment available in the . But the drug can't be marketed to . citizens by distributors of the drug in question, the product can't be considered to "represent an unreasonable risk," and the patient doing the importing has to be ready to affirm in writing that the drug is for his/her own use. The patient also has to be willing to furnish contact details for a physician in the ., or provide "evidence that the product is for the continuation of a treatment begun in a foreign country."
In most circumstances, it is illegal for individuals to import drugs into the United States for personal use. This is because drugs from other countries that are available for purchase by individuals often have not been approved by FDA for use and sale in the United States. For example, if a drug is approved by Health Canada (FDA’s counterpart in Canada) but has not been approved by FDA, it is an unapproved drug in the United States and, therefore, illegal to import. FDA cannot ensure the safety and effectiveness of drugs that it has not approved.