2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 7, 2012 3:58 PM by Sean_Wilson

    Shockwave Player


      After updating Win7 machine with Shockwave Player users who do not have administrator rights receive "NSIS Error. Error writing temporary file".


      The first time shockwave is launched in a new limited profile seems it is trying to run "adobeshockwavextrabundle.exe" and cannot because the profile has limited rights. Is there away to not include this with update? Odd that an update would require administrative rights to completely install.