Not sure, but I believe this old Flash Player version (11.1) may not use the mmf.cfg settings, but the Flash Player Settings Panel (which is set to check for updates).
Install or deploy the latest Flash Player, and it should use the mmf.cfg setting.
The mms.cfg settings should disable the update notification, though your setting of
tells Flash Player to check for updates every time it starts. However, this should be overridden by AutoUpdateDisable=1. Can you double check the location of the mms.cfg file on an effected system? Could send me a copy (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let me know what OS/browser combination is being used?
The OS, Flash version(s), and file locations are as follows:
Windows 7 x64
Internet Explorer 9
Flash Player 22.214.171.124 - 32-bit Active X
Flash Player 126.96.36.199 - 64-bit Active X
So far I can recreate the scenario easily. Initially, after installing Flash (via SCCM) I don't have updates disabled. After I deploy the mms.cfg to a system, I restart. After the restart the user is prompted to install the latest Flash update. I saw this consistently on 26 machines yesterday.
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Thank you. Replied by email with a request for your mms.cfg file.