I'm trying to understand how to avoid installing Adobe Flash Player Updater Scheduled Task.
I am also unable to remove the Scheduled Task using a script that works on other tasks, on the same workstations.
Is there an mms.cfg setting that will instruct the installer to skip the Task?
1) Uninstall the Scheduled Task from all workstations in my environment.
2) Install future updates without the Scheduled Task.
I have already tried mm.cfg with these lines:
It still runs the update process every hour.
I have explained that it hasn't been causing a problem, but running this many processes on so many computers for no reason is causing some concern.
My organization also does not allow big bang automation included with this product.
Has anyone managed to shut off the Updater process from running?
try creating an MST file, with Fx, Wise package studio...
Edit the CustomAction “NewCustomAction1” added the parameter “-au 2” to the Command line argument.
you should do that for both:
If you are using both of them..
Or you can delete the scheduled task with schtask /delete "taskname"
Does not work anymore. If I do so I get an error while installation.
Did the parameter changed?
original: -install -msi -prev [PREVIOUS_VERSION]
i wrote: -install -msi -prev -au 2 [PREVIOUS_VERSION]
but right would be: -install -msi -prev [PREVIOUS_VERSION] -au 2
now it works O:-)