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    Adobe MSI early version

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    Has anyone got the following version MSI for my cc3 network, seem to be only allowed to download latest version and the bluepirnt will only use the version before.

    adobe shockwave 11.5.9.615
    Flash Player 10.1.102.64

    If anyone could post the msi for these two i would be very grateful

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    I download these directly but I can't send them on to you. I applied to download the MSIs here:

    Link 1: Adobe - Shockwave Player Licensing

    Link 2: Adobe - Flash Player Licensing

    I got a reply the same day. I will have to reapply shortly as the permissions to download last one year.

    [Note: My network is vanilla not Connect but an MSI is an MSI]

    HTH.

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    Hi

    These are slightly newer onces, i need these exact versions or the blueprint will not work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    That looks good but still need to extract the msi from that, does anyone know how?

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    FileHippo only host the EXE versions of Flash Player and ShockWave Player. There isn't an MSI inside unfortunately (although the opposite is true for the MSI).

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    Thanks allot, anyone got the other one

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    PM sent.

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    Thanks all for your help

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    Brilliant!

    Thank you from me, too. I've spent ages looking for both of these MSIs today. As was said earlier, RM don't have the most up-to-date blueprint for creating packages, and finding the slightly older MSIs for installations can be tough. Is there any central repository of the files that anyone could recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPitkin View Post
    Thank you from me, too. I've spent ages looking for both of these MSIs today. As was said earlier, RM don't have the most up-to-date blueprint for creating packages, and finding the slightly older MSIs for installations can be tough. Is there any central repository of the files that anyone could recommend?
    I second that, with adobe bringing updates seemly weekly, it can be almost impossible

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    Considering how many security vulnerabilities there are in Adobe's programs it would probably be a good idea not to rely on RMs BluePrints.

    You can actually use the EXE versions if you create a suitable package.ini file for them. The examples shown below are for the latest versions.

    Code:
    [Package]
    Description=Adobe Flash Player v10.1.102.64 (Internet Explorer)
    Version=10.1.102.64
    OS=5.WS,6.WS
    ExeFile=install_flash_player_10_active_x.exe
    UninstallExeFile=%SystemRoot%\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil10m_ActiveX.exe
    Addcommand= -install
    UninstallCommand= -uninstall
    Code:
    [Package]
    Description=Adobe Flash Player v10.1.102.64 (Firefox)
    Version=10.1.102.64
    OS=5.WS,6.WS
    ExeFile=install_flash_player_10.exe
    UninstallExeFile=%SystemRoot%\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil10m_Plugin.exe
    Addcommand= -install
    UninstallCommand= -uninstall
    Code:
    [Package]
    Description=Adobe ShockWave Player v11.5.9.620
    Version=11.5.9.620
    OS=5.WS,6.WS
    ExeFile=sw_lic_full_installer.exe
    UninstallExeFile=%SystemRoot%\System32\Adobe\Shockwave 11\uninstaller.exe
    Addcommand= /S
    UninstallCommand= /S

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    Is it okay to link to or attach Adobe's MSIs on these forums? I thought this wasn't allowed?

    http://www.adobe.com/products/client...agreement.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Is it okay to link to or attach Adobe's MSIs on these forums? I thought this wasn't allowed?
    You are correct. That's why RM can't just distribute the finished package instead of their 'blueprint'.

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    Technically wouldn't that apply to EduGeek too? i.e. the MSI attached above (which is being hosted by Dos_Box).

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