I have the same problem.
We actually make a .pkg installer for use with Apple deployment utilities. Grabbing the .pkg from our standard .app install isn't a good idea, as it wasn't designed for this scenario and you'll run into problems (e.g. a preference panel that crashes.) Our formal .pkg install takes care of all this and is officially supported.
The pkg is offered through our distribution agreement. I recently wrote a blog post that details this and more, which might be of interest.
> The full offline installer can be downloaded from Flash Player 184.108.40.206 Plug-in (Mac OS X) .
> Having uninstalled Flash Player, I simply ran this, and I believe that it was successful.
This worked for me after:
1. downloading and running the Flash Player Uninstallier
2. manually deleting these folders
this worked for me i tried everything in here clean install, offline installer hundreds of times my issue was
permissions changed after 10.9.4 update this fixed all adobe issues for me including cloud apps