This has been a frustrating experience. First I had to lower ie security settings and remove activeX filtering, before loading Adobe Flash 11. Now I see Adobe Flash icon on my ie security page. Can someone explain why the download was placed there? I'm getting nervous about the whole venture. I was told I could activate my activeX filter but would have to turn it off to use my A.Flash and I need A.flash on many of our regularly used sites. What a big pain. And now, Adobe Flash icon showing up in my ie seurity page? Any comments please?
What security page are you referring to? Could you post a screenshot?
As for ActiveX filtering, here's a document that describes how it works and how you can set it up on a per site basis.
(1) Here's the screenshot showing the flash player icon.
(2) Thanks for the instructions on activeX. I tried it. It seems this will allow me to keep my activeX filter on except when I go to the page using Adobe Flash. How amazingly simple. This should solve the problem. I add my thanks to your many admirers! and Thanks to my other helpers as well. ;-)
Thanks for the screenshot! That's actually just a new control panel for Flash Player. It's something we added a little while back to allow you to alter Flash Player storage, camera/microphone, and other options.
I'm glad to hear the ActiveX document helped!
Don't know if this is worth mentioning but I just noticed the Adobe control panel (screen shot above) says (32-bit). Actually we have Adobe Flash Player 11 ActiveX (64-bit), as shown on my programs add-remove list. That's confirmed by Adobe on the web site (version 18.104.22.168 Windows 7 (64-bit). Guess Might not make a difference. I can use the Global Storage Center control. Sorry I'm getting a little obsessive here. Wouldn't want to go to a lot of trouble cause everything seems to be working fine. You can ignore me if you want. ;-)
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