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I was able to verify that it's working using rtmpdump found here: http://all-streaming-media.com/record-video-stream/rtmpdump-freeware-console-RTMP-downloading-application.htm Usage: rtmpdump -r "rtmp://example.fcod.llnwd.net/a1111/e11/test/example/file.flv" -o test.flv


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Yes, if you use System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) to publish the updates via WSUS/SCCM. Then Configure Automatic Updates to Allow Non-administrators to Receive Update Notifications using Group Policy. Limited users will see the updates as below. If you use Automatic Updates scheduling, these updates will install as normal, without user interaction. ...


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If you do not have access to SCCM to use @jscott's method, but you have a WSUS server, you can use WSUS API to publish the software. There are open-source tools available that make publishing quite easy: WSUS Update Packager Local Update Publisher If you do not have a WSUS server you can obtain MSI installers from Adobe and deploy the software by using ...


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No. RAM is RAM and disk is disk. They're different classes of device, used in fundamentally different ways by the system.


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You can download MSI versions of Flash from adobe's redistribution site. It's free to register for and you can deploy them via GPO or through a script with something like Msiexec /I flash.msi /QB GPO is the most reliable way of the two, since psexec requires that the machine is on.


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Is it an Active Directory? Do you run global logon scripts? Silent Install of Adobe Flash. Client Software Installation techniques.


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Use the HP Service Pack for ProLiant. It's a bootable DVD image, which will upgrade all the firmware on your server, including the BIOS. If you don't have a DVD drive, or don't want to use one, you can use the HP USB Key Utility on a windows computer to create a bootable USB key from the image. A third choice is to use the iLO console, and mount the image ...


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As Seymour Cray said about virtual memory: "Memory, like orgasms, is better when you don't have to fake it." So, you could make a swap partition on one or more SSDs and pretend like you have more RAM than you do. Realize that SSD average access time is around 100ns and RAM is more like 10ns, so it will be slower. Also realize that MLC SSD in particular is ...


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I had a team member try this today with a newly-built vSphere 5.5 installation. He had to obtain the current mainstream Google Chrome, as it's the officially-supported browser for vSphere's Web Client. Following that, he was able to connect to the client successfully. Personally, I use a Mac and also have access to local and remote Windows VMs. It's the ...


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You can use FreeDos. HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool FreeDos I was able to use recently this tutorial: CREATING A BOOTABLE DOS USB STICK FOR BIOS 1. extract the directory “odin” from the FreeDOS .iso image 2. install HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool and run it. 3. Select your usb stick, “fat” as filesystem, check “Create a DOS startup disk” and ...


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Even if you get a general answer it won't help much, in my experience this is highly industry dependent (i.e. banking is much much more restrictive than University IT). Also even within an industry, the role of the worker/user matters, the teller's computers are more locked down than the manager's etc. Your best bet is to ask any current clients you have. ...


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You might be able to open up a "network location" via VLC player.


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I don't think you'll have much luck flashing them. Why not sell them or donate them? Old routers are very useful for those doing their Cisco certifications.


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+1 for markMs answer and a little addition: Also, the msi appears in your temp folder while the setup is running (just double-click the exe and check temp for new folders/files). AppDeploy has a list of command line switches for various applications, including Flash. It should work with psexec once you've copied the setup onto the target computer. If you ...


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All you need to capture the data on the network is Wireshark.


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It Depends TM If the service is hosted on a Flash Media Server (FMS), then these applications are a lot more complex than your traditional Flash apps, and they certainly can maintain a constant connection to the server. However an old fashioned SWF presentation would not leave a connection open with the server. It may request more data from the server if ...


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I work for a media company, so we have a very lax ban standard when it comes to online content, and even given that we have an IPS system which aggressively kills any Flash content that meets it's obscure "Fishy" criteria. I hate it personally. Every time there is a zero-day, we have to rush out the patches, and we're not browser standardized so that's a ...


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Sharepoint strips those tags by default. You might want to check out this project: http://www.codeplex.com/erte to see if it works.


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It could be as easy as enabling snd-dummy kernel module, which fakes a sound card. Try modprobe snd-dummy and if that helps, you might want to add snd-dummy to your /etc/modules.conf or wherever CentOS wants default modules added; might also be under /etc/modprobe.d.


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The best way to do this is on your page have the code generate an S3 pre-signed URL that has a short lifetime. If, for example, the object is always downloaded in <60 seconds you can generate a signed URL that is valid for 60 seconds. The user can't reuse that same URL after 60 seconds is up. They would no longer be able to embed that object on their ...


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Per Adobe, Flash 10+ won't work on some older operating systems (Microsoft Windows 98/ME, Macintosh OSX 10.1-10.3, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3/4). Chances are you aren't updating any of these OSes through Systems Center, but if you are leave 9.0.280 available. Otherwise, you can remove.


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There's a test player built for CRTMPD (But it'll work for any RTMP server) http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2918563/flvplayback.swf


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This will definitely work: http://www.vlc.eu.pn/ Just go to the link above and test your rtmp url, easy and fast!


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Well, looking at your configuration I would say you are not listening on your WAN IP but on localhost. So if you want other people to be able to use your application from another computer you need to make sure it's listening on the WAN IP and that you do not have any firewalls in place that would prevent access to that IP. On Ubuntu you can use ...


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This is a license limit set by Adobe: I don't work for Adobe but can confirm that these limits are imposed by them. It basically means that for using the P2P feature in FMS you have certain connection limits imposed depending on instance type. Even though Flash Player clients connect to one another in a P2P mode they also hold a connection open to FMS to ...


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Pick a distribution that's small and has X11 available. Do not use a window manager and specify the software you want to execute within .xinitrc. There are typically system-wide scripts that impact the starting of X11 as well if you want to move it out of the rc file but they are often distribution specific. If you want recommendations on client software, ...


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I can't give a percentage, but due to other traffic on our network at work, we're locked down pretty tightly. Unfortunately, as I work for a government contractor, they make us do things like take ethics training. And the government agency makes us re-certify on security / diversity awareness / etc each year. ... but we can't do it from work, because that ...


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Maybe these users are behind a firewall which prevents them from connecting to the 843 port? For an 'offical' flashpolicyd see: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/socket_policy_files.html



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