1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 22, 2015 12:31 PM by m_vargas

    Updating Flash Player even though it is updated

    gab0280

      Good day,

       

      We are using a deployment tool called Asset Core, I already pushed the updated version of the Adobe Flash Player today which is Version 18.0.0.209.


      Upon checking our Firewall here, the most used bandwidth comes from the Adobe Update. Why is this happen?

        • 1. Re: Updating Flash Player even though it is updated
          m_vargas Adobe Employee

          Hi gab0280,


          Flash Player, by default, is configured to check for updates at a predetermined time.  Based on your comments, and the fact you're deploying Flash Player using client management software, it sounds like you want to disable this update check.  If so, you'll want to deploy a custom mms.cfg file with the setting AutoUpdateDisable=1 (the default setting is 0).  The mms.cfg file is located at the following location:

           

          Windows: Assuming a default Windows installation, Flash Player looks for the mms.cfg file in the following system directories:

          • 32-bit Windows - %WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash
          • 64-bit Windows - %WINDIR%\SysWow64\Macromed\Flash
          • Note: The %WINDIR% location represents the Windows system directory, such as C:\WINDOWS.

          Macintosh /Library/Application Support/Macromedia

           

          Several of our enterprise customers who wish to disable auto-update deploy a custom mms.cfg file immediately after they deploy Flash Player to their client systems.

           

          The Flash Player Administrator's Guide contains more information for Administrator's who deploy Flash Player within their organization.

           

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          Maria