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See Adobe Flash Player Administration Guide for Flash Player 10 , chapter 3 From: http://www.asvguy.com/2004/04/configuring_the.html


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I haven't used Windows much in a while but Firefox will check for updates of addon's itself too - if the flash plugin has any add-on hooks (I'm not sure it does as it doesn't on OS X or Linux) - but other addons & firefox itself will also periodically check for updates. All of this can be disabled and/or have timing changed in Firefox's Preferences > ...


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Here's an official page from Adobe: Managing Flash Player auto-update. Basically it says you need to create the file C:\WINDOWS\System32\mms.cfg with the following text in it: AutoUpdateDisable=1


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Since August 2009 flash 10 works with out problems on FreeBSD. You can use either linux-f10-flashplugin10 with f10 linuxulator or linux-f8-flashplugin10 with f8. After port instalation there is some black magic with nspluginwrapper and symlinks


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Try running update-flashplugin --install and see what the output is. Also, look into /usr/lib/iceweasel/plugins and perhaps you can manually remove something if all else fails. What's in about:plugins ?


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update-alternatives --config flash-mozilla.so will allow you to select which Flash plugin is used.


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See this link: Use change user /install before installing an application to create .ini files for the application in the Terminal Server system directory. These files are used as master copies for the user-specific .ini files. After installing the application, use change user /execute to revert to normal .ini file mapping. As an Administrator, ...


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The setting seems to be kept somewhere in %APPDATA%\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys\settings.sol which appears to also contain all per-domain settings and who knows what else. Couldn't guarantee what'd happen if you copied it from one machine to another.



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