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    Adobe Flash and Java and Office 2010 Software Restriction?

    Hi All,

    Software Restriction (APPDATA) is in place and stopping Flash and Java installing, also Office install fails.

    Does anyone have the exact text for creating an allow rule to let these applications update please?

    Kol.

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    You havent said how your network is setup, but could you not deploy both of these applications with GP?

    Assign the .MSI to the computer container (where you computers are obviously) and have it install at boot? Might be a work around your software restriction

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooka View Post
    but could you not deploy both of these applications with GP?
    Office 2007 was the last office version you were able to deploy via GP with MSIs. Office 2010+ needs a startup script for deployment.

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