How do I get my IE6 SP4 users configured with a JVM?

Our extranet site is IIS front-end w/both ASP- and Domino-delivered pages, many with embedded applets. Our setup requires users to have an IE browser. The problem: Microsoft does not support a JVM in IE6 SP4 -- no JVM is included. Upgrades from previous IE versions have JVM, so upgraded users are not an issue. New installs, however, have no JVM. How do I get my IE6 SP4 users configured with a JVM?
Ahh, and maybe you thought all those lawsuits against Microsoft were a good thing!!! There is a considerable amount of information about this on the Microsoft Web site. Specifically, you should start with the MSJVM Transition Guide.

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