1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 26, 2008 9:41 AM by Oliver Goldman

    Adobe Air Apps connection

      Forgive the amateur nature of this question if the answer is readily out there.

      As an Adobe AIR apps user, how do Adobe Air applications connect to the internet and how can this be configured...I don't seem to see a readily apparent shell application with settings that can be modified. I ask because here (in my workplace) I have internet capabilities, but because I function behind a firewall, the connection isn't open to any app on any port.

      (I'm running on XP, incidentally)

      Thoughts? Direction?
        • 1. Re: Adobe Air Apps connection
          Oliver Goldman Adobe Employee
          AIR applications use the networking support provided by the underlying OS. On XP, any required configuration is done via the Internet Options control panel. Assuming your machine already configured to access the internet, no additional configuration should be necessary.

          Oliver Goldman | Adobe AIR Engineering