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    Flash has stopped a potentially unsafe operation

    I am getting this error when using the Infer program by RM, what a well written piece of software

    This program uses local hosted flash files but I'm getting this error, I need to roll out this change to 60 laptops, any one know the way to adjust this via GP or registry settings?

    Haven't had much time to look in to it but thought I'd ask just incase some one has done it before

    This explains the error I'm getting.

    NOTICE: Adobe Flash Media Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation

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    Possibly through Snapshotting and an MSI?

    Try using something like WinInstall LE, take a before snapshot on one of the machines, when that snapshot has done then do the change, then do the after snapshot.

    Worth a try, 50/50 whether it will work!

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    You can add a flash player Trust file to the local machines so that they trust the swf files. You dont need a reg change.

    Create a file called <nameofapp>.cfg in:

    c:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashPlayerTrus t

    EDIT: No spaces in the above path not sure why it adds them on my screen :s!

    Edit the cfg file with notepad and add the path to the locally installed flash files and you will have no more problems!

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    Thanks, that worked perfectly but it still doesn't load Back to the developer again

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