3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 17, 2010 2:04 PM by jazz_matazz

    Peer-Assisted Networking Popup

    jazz_matazz Level 1

      My question is cerainly a little naive:

      Is it possible to avoid the peer-assisted networking popup displaying, with a flash media server 4 professionnel licence for example? (like SSL certificate, with a Adobe guarantee base perhaps).

        • 1. Re: Peer-Assisted Networking Popup
          Michael Thornburgh Adobe Employee

          the only way to suppress the "Peer-Assisted Networking" popup is to not use peer assisted networking.  specifically, if you create a NetGroup or group NetStream, that popup will appear *unless* you set GroupSpecifier.peerToPeerDisabled=true.  disabling P2P is only really useful in a pure IP multicast scenario.  setting that capability on a group makes it impossible for a client to have any peers, so the client's upload bandwidth won't be used.

           

          the point of the popup is to alert the user that his upload bandwidth *might* be used in a P2P context, which can be a problem for some people/organizations.  there is not, nor should there be, a way to suppress that notification.

          • 2. Re: Peer-Assisted Networking Popup
            Michael Thornburgh Adobe Employee

            if the user is a frequent visitor to your site and grows tired of the popup, he or she may check "remember" when hitting "allow" or "deny", and that choice will be remembered thereafter.  when the choice has been remembered, the popup will not be presented, and it's as if the user made the remembered choice.

            • 3. Re: Peer-Assisted Networking Popup
              jazz_matazz Level 1

              I am figured this, and it seems logical.

              Thanks again for your support.