My company produces a software product used for training purposes. In addition to the software we also provide customers with standard desktop PC hardware with Windows installed on it. In order to comply with Windows distribution licensing we provide Windows Embedded rather than a professional edition of Windows (we satisfy the Embedded terms as the PCs are single purpose). As part of this product we'd like customers to be able to install the latest version of Adobe Flash Player on the system to access e-learning content they've paid a third party provider for which is in SWF format.
I note in the Flash Player license the phrase "You will not Use any Adobe Runtime on any non-PC device or with any embedded or device version of any operating system." Given that our PCs are very similar to a standard desktop PC, does this phrase still apply to us? If so, is it possible to obtain an exemption?
I can't see anywhere in the Adobe Flash Player FAQ that you linked that answers my question, can you point it out for me?
I'm not asking for the ability to distribute (I'm happy for the end user to install the latest flash player on the system themselves), and the distribution summary says:
Usage of Adobe Web Players is only permitted for supported platforms; usage rights on non-PC devices or embedded systems are not granted by this license.
which seems to disqualify my particular use case that I am asking about.