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    Flash 10

    I've deployed the latest version of Flash across the network and came to find that some websites continue to fail to load its flash content. Sometimes going to the workstation itself and performing a 'repair' tends to fix the problem. This always happens every time Adobe decides to produce a new version.

    Someone once mentioned to me about registry permissions but I have no idea what that means and nor does he.

    Anybody got their Flash 10.0.22.87 working properly?

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    Also having the same problem today... not seemed to be able to fix the problem...

    Michael

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    I've deployed 10.0.12.36 here last week. No one seems to be complaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    I've deployed 10.0.12.36 here last week. No one seems to be complaining
    thats a different version

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    I deploy Flash 10.0.12.36 also and no problems to report. It could be a bug if both of you have this problem with Flash 10.0.22.87

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    Does anyone have a copy of the older one, just so i can try it??

    Michael

    EDIT: Found it, should look before posting...

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    Had this with several sites. Is it on an RM network?
    Had to deallocate the old version's package, manually remove leftover files from each workstation then package & allocate the new versions. Right pain in the jaxy, one that strengthened my dislike for Adobe even further :|

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    If anyone's looking for Adobe Flash 10.0.12.36, you can download it here

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    thats a different version
    Yes, I know because the numbers are different... but it's still flash 10 which is the title of the topic.

    Point being that I have got versions a version of flash 10 deployed thus meaning that it could be a problem with that specific minor version rather than the major version 10. If Chuckster continues to have problems then chuckster could try an older version of Flash 10 that might work.
    Last edited by Stuart_C; 11th March 2009 at 11:07 AM.

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    My problem now appears to be solved....

    Youtube was not displaying properly, but a simple 'ctrl + F5' fixed it here.... lol

    I think our smoothie has cached the site and was not displaying the new content.

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    This Flash player thingy is becoming more of a nuisance than a problem now. I've still not been able to get it working and every darn website I visit keep on saying I need to upgrade the player.

    Since installing the latest version, I am unable to take it off. So every time a workstation boots up it states "removing adobe flash etc etc etc".

    Is there any other way of installing Flash without going to every workstation and doing this manually?

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    Tell me about it - load of BBC sites now not working in Firefox - seems ok for IE7 though.....

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    What version are you using?

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    10,0,22,87 for Firefox

    Had problems yesterday with 10.0.12.36 so updated - still a problem - will try the re-loading page with a Ctrl F5 when I get the chance.

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    As someone above said, Flash has become more of a nuisance than a problem. Combine flash 10 with any Nelson Thornes software and the whole thing just becomes rediculous!



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