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Downloads Thread, Adobe Flash Player v10.1.53.64 released. This is the final version! in Links, Downloads and Scripts; Originally Posted by cookie_monster anyone having problems in testing? No problems so far. By the way, full details on the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    anyone having problems in testing?
    No problems so far.

    By the way, full details on the new features can be found on either of the two websites listed below...

    http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/f.../features.html
    http://www.ghacks.net/2010/06/10/fla...10-1-download/

    Flash Player 10.1 Features
    Globalization support
    Multi-touch and gestures
    Graphics hardware acceleration
    H.264 video hardware decoding
    Out-of-memory management
    HTTP streaming
    Stream reconnect
    Dynamic frame rate

    I think the feature that most people will be pleased to see is the hardware acceleration of H.264 video on Windows. Mac users will have to wait a bit longer for the official "Gala" edition of 10.1 which offers the same feature on Snow Leopard however.
    Last edited by Arthur; 11th June 2010 at 04:43 PM.

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    We are currently deploying flash 10.0.45.0 through GP so how should I go about upgrading to 10.1?

    Is it just a matter of replacing the .msi and redeploying the GP?

    Thanks.

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    I just place the new msi on the share then remove the old msi from GPO then add the new one. Next time the PC boots it removes the old and installed the new. I don't 'replace' the msi and redeploy I don't think that will work.

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    Package.ini file contents below for anyone on CC3 who's feeling lazy this morning.

    Code:
    [Package]
    Description=Flash Player 10.1.53.64
    Version=10.1.53.64
    OS=5.WS
    ExeFile=install_flash_player_10_active_x
    UninstallExeFile=C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil10h_ActiveX.exe
    Addcommand= -install
    UninstallCommand= -uninstall
    [/QUOTE]


    does the uninstall command uninstall any version of flash before installing 10.1? i tested a flash uninstall utility in the past which supposedly uninstalled any version of flash with the intention of rolling out the latest version across the site after that, but it didn't seem to work. this may be the answer!

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    Pretty sure that uninstall command is specific to Flash 10.1, but I think if you roll out the latest it will overwrite whatever is already there without having to worry about removing the previous version.

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    Ok, some computers are refusing to upgrade flash. I've got a room of 30 machines and I restarted 5 of them and watched as GP pushed out the upgrade. All looked ok till I went to the flash test page Adobe - Flash Player and it still showed v10.0.45.0. I did a manual install of the .msi and it gave this error
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