Microsoft does not allow external installs into Edge or Internet Explorer
If you want the latest Flash Player, you will have to use a non-Microsoft browser
We are not trying to install any external installs on Edge of IE.
We are trying to load the Videos from Office 365 Videos and the same are not loading in IE.
On Contacting Microsoft on this issue, they have suggested us to get the help from Adobe as the Videos are not loading because of the flash plan from IE and asked us to downgrade the Flash player version from 30 to 29 or below,Even though after doing so,we were not able to play the videos in IE.
We have downgraded the version of the Adobe Flash Player from 30 to 29 as per the suggestion from Microsoft ,
Your quick response on this is highly appreciated.
Yeah, Microsoft's Azure Media Player and a couple other services are using Flash Player to process video for IE11 on Windows 7 and below. Their video players use Shared ByteArrays to do some off-label video decryption.
We've disabled Shared ByteArrays in response to the Spectre vulnerabilities in Intel hardware in Flash Player 30 and higher.
You can re-enable Shared ByteArrays globally or on a per-domain basis (this requires figuring out what domains you actually need to whitelist) by pushing out a custom mms.cfg file to your clients.
Details on deploying Flash Player in the enterprise can be found in the Flash Player System Administrator's Guide, here:
See the following thread for additional details: