Adobe msi flash player


Howto get Adobe Flash Player as MSI-file

2014-04-09

Howto get

The normal download page from Adobe for the flash player offers only installers as exe-files.

It is not possible to extract an MSI-file from the installer with a tool like 7zip, because the installer isn't internally based on msi, instead the msi (see below) is a wrapper around the exe.

Adobe does offer a web page with download links for msi-files, but they don't allow to publish the address of that page, or the download links to the files, or the files. Instead they demand that you register with them before they allow you to to deploy flash player to other computers (read their EULA).

Registration is free and requires only answering a few harmless questions. The registration is valid for one year, then you must register again. They will send you an email with a reminder before the registraion expires.

To register, go to the normal download page, look in the right column under 'Resources', and click on 'Distribute Flash Player'. Shortly after finishing the registration, their server will automatically send you an email with links to special admin webpages and direct download links to the msi-files.

Configure

In the MSI-files that you get, these properties are already set: ALLUSERS=1ARPNOMODIFY=1 They cause the software to be installed per machine, not per user, and they disable the button in "system control" > "add/remove programs" to modify that installation.

I recommend that you add:ARPNOREMOVE=1This forbids local removal of the software through add/remove programs in system control.ARPCOMMENTSHere I usually include a short message telling that this software has been automatically deployed from the server and hence cannot be modified locally.

Additionally I personally prefer to update the propertyProductNameThis property is set to 'Adobe Flash Player 11 Plugin'. I always replace the '11' inside that string with the full version number, taken from property ProductVersion. Reason for this change: the GPO Editor of Windows Server uses the value of this property as default for the name for the software package. If you have the new and one or more old versions in one GPO, they are hard to distinguish when they all have the same name.

disable update-check

The installer can check if it is the current version.That check would cause problems if some computer was sitting switched off for a while (e.g. during holiday), a new version has just come out, but you haven't yet updated the GPO to deliver that new version. If now that computer is switched on, it will uninstall the previously installed version, but then fail to install the last one.Thus you should change this property:ISCHECKFORPRODUCTUPDATESThis property comes set to 1. Change the value to 0 (zero).

If you don't have a tool like Orca to do that modification, you may download my AdobeFlash NoUpdateCheck.vbs and simply drag and drop a msi file onto that script file. This will change the property from 1 to 0. Works for both the ActiveX variant (for Internet Explorer) and for the Plugin variant (for Firefox and others).

disable automatic updates

Version 11.2 and later contains an automatic updater, that runs as service. Thus the user does not need to have admin rights for the updater to do its work. Simultaneously Adobe introduced filenames that contain the version number.

I expect this to cause problems in an environment with automatic software deployment. Thus you should disable the automatic updater.

Adobe writes in the admin guide that the msi installer does not activate this updater. But to be on the safe side, I disable it nevertheless, especially because it does create the file FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe, and the service "Adobe Flash Player Update Service".

Create a plain text file with name mms.cfg with these contents:AutoUpdateDisable=1SilentAutoUpdateEnable=0These and more options are described in the Flash Player Administration Guide.

Place the file here:

  • 32-bit Windows: %WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash
  • 64-bit Windows: %WINDIR%\SysWow64\Macromed\Flash

Starting with version 11.3, the installer contains both the 32 and the 64 bit version, and when running in 64-Bit Windows it will install both versions, which will both use the mms.cfg file from the directory SysWow64.

privacy options

You may want to add some more options to the file mms.cfg, for example the blog WeLiveSecurity recommends to add these options for privacy reasons:LocalStorageLimit = 1AssetCacheSize = 0ThirdPartyStorage = 0AssetCacheSize = 0LegacyDomainMatching = 0LocalFileLegacyAction = 0This is from part two of a series of posts about Flash, the other parts are: 1, 3, 4, 5.

Enable testing

Usually one should not deploy software without first testing it on one machine. That test should include install, uninstall and reinstall. I do this by adding the new version to a test-GPO, then removing it, then adding it again. If done like this, the uninstall step causes the machine to reinstall the previous version, because I haven't removed that yet from the GPO. This procedure works with all software except with Adobe Flash for ActiveX.

Trying to downgrade flash player for ActiveX to an older version triggers Windows Installer Error 1722 and the file FlashInstall.log says that it got error "0001 [E] 00001013" when trying to execute "InstallAX.exe -install -msi".

The reason is that the uninstaller purposefully leaves a registry entry behind, that prevents later installation of an earlier version. If you want to do that, you must remove the registry values 10 and 11 in the key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Macromedia\FlashPlayer\SafeVersions. One way to do this is to download flash-allow-reinstall.reg and double-click it. Or just remove the whole key using flash-allow-reinstall-new.reg.

What has changed

new in version 13.0

Adobe added a section to the admin guide titled "Manually Uninstalling Flash Player on Macintosh".

new in version 12.0

Adobe added some clarifications in the admin guide regarding the auto-updater.

new in version 11.9

The release notes for version 11.9 list no new features for Windows (except maybe "Safe Mode in Safari 6.1 and higher"), otherwise this received "only" normal bug fixes, no security issues. The version for MacOS got a new installer. All other new features are only for Android and iOS. In the Admin Guide for 11.9 I found only one change compared with 11.8: the section "DMG Installation for Macintosh" was replaced by two sections "PKG Installer for Macintosh" and "App installer for Macintosh".

new in version 11.8

Comparing the administration guides for versions 10.7 and 10.8, I found as the only difference two new options for the config file mms.cfg: DisableHardwareAcceleration and UseWAVPlayer.

new in version 11.7

According to the release notes of 11.7 the only new feature in the Windows variant is "Sandboxing enhancements".

new in version 11.6

There is only one difference in the contents between administration guides for versions 10.5 and 10.6:An updated screenshot on page 40, replacing 'Macromedia' with 'Adobe'.

More Info

Read the Flash Player Administration Guide.

details about the automatic updater

Adobe doesn't tell many details about this. Here is what I found out so far:

  • exe-installer asks for permission to activate this feature, default is yes
  • msi-installer triggered by GPO also has default yes
  • Adobe says that msi-installer does not really activate the auto-updater
  • the updater is triggered from task scheduler in the account of the user who installed the flash player.XP: Control Panel > Scheduled Tasks > Adobe Flash Player UpdaterVista & Win7: run taskschd.msc > Task Scheduler Library > Adobe Flash Player Updater
  • the updater program is in%SystemRoot%\(System)\Macromed\Flash\FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe
  • the updater runs asNT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
  • the updater runs regardless of who is logged in, and regardless of if this user has admin rights.
  • I observed the updater only update the ActiveX, but not the Plugin version. It seems to do this when it runs a second time.
  • The updater tries updating each hour until it succeeds. But it starts checking only once after reboot. When it has run, it sets the date for the next check to 7 days in the future.
  • If you want the updater to run daily, add one line to mms.cfg:AutoUpdateInterval=1or set it to 0 (zero) to check for updates every time the player launches.
  • The exe-installer overwrites an existing file mms.cfg. The msi-installer does not do this.
  • If you are behind a proxy, you may need to use an internal update server and set the property SilentAutoUpdateServerDomain, see this posting.

other updates related to flash

Adobe Air is installed on many machines without either their users, nor the admins knowing. If comes for example as part of Creative Suite, some versions of Acrobat, and some software from other companies as well. Almost every time Adobe fixes bugs in flash player, they fix the same bugs in Adobe Air as well. Please check if you have Air installed, and either remove or update it!.

Macromedia Flash Player got automatically installed with Windows XP, but does not get updates any more. If you have it installed, remove it! Look for a the file c:\windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\Flash6.ocx

Windows 8

Don't deploy Flash-ActiveX to machines running Windows 8. It's included in Internet Explorer.

last modifications:

  • 2014-04-09: added what's new in versions 12.0 and 13.0, and info that msi installs do by default not auto-update.
  • 2013-10-07: added what's new in versions 10.8 and 10.9, and privacy options for the config file mms.cfg.
  • 2013-07-04: added notes about Adobe Air, Macromedia Flash, and Windows 8.
  • 2013-02-13: compared admin guides for version 10.5 and 10.6, no significant changes found.
  • 2012-10-01: bug in version 11.4.402.278
  • 2012-06-11: integrated essential info about automatic updater in description of configuration, leaving additional details in the appendix.
  • 2012-05-04: added infos about SilentAutoUpdateServerDomain and mms.cfg
  • 2012-03-07: added info about Error 1722 that can pop up when testing install-remove-reinstall.
  • 2012-02-17: added recommendations for changing ProductName and adding ARPCOMMENTS.

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Список глобальных уникальных идентификаторов (GUID) MSI для Adobe Flash Player

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13.0.0.252

64F1F0CC-4171-4397-8153-B8EE77C20546

40DB03C1-74D7-4BDE-A3C4-A14D511B25B3

 

13.0.0.250

3EEF849D-AA3C-44FC-A126-68ED759EE426

9ED08B6C-6382-43D7-AFE3-012594816097

 

13.0.0.244

757B0EDB-B853-4CF7-A2CD-965659D1ADB7

F7B1E4E3-9BCE-48AE-AB52-A1C11BD41036

 

13.0.0.241

1843BFAE-C2A2-4D56-B1F3-190158875039

AF5D72E1-61FE-4EF4-931C-42723FFF7B7C

 

13.0.0.231

A23891C3-11A8-4CB4-98AF-9B07D410522D

600F72B0-17BC-4450-9395-4D7655396D8D

 

13.0.0.223

100BB994-8C7F-4330-A410-7E2F25D69644

94CF93E4-D8F3-447F-97E9-FAF7BEC930C7

 

13.0.0.214

1BBE4C53-634B-44B3-8693-314ED6260557

ADEE751B-09AE-4DA7-9658-DCF90E8F9ED7

 

13.0.0.206

3799ACD7-66E2-4749-A851-95E1193B217D

38C8C329-5AB3-480C-86FD-C18D10FBD39A

 

13.0.0.182

8F9B1C8E-F50E-4139-8701-45016021E102

28ADCCAD-3C23-44A1-A93F-47AA176F7AD7

 

12.0.0.77

B01EA176-C775-4490-B4CC-938A4B3EF5A3

9D32CD07-EA5C-4A79-B976-C0C7F975EDE4

 

12.0.0.70

60AED4A0-3092-4DF4-A0A2-31F121122E92

04840A3B-858C-46A5-8BBD-FFDB4C111FEB

 

12.0.0.44

52793F88-BF4D-4AA6-8696-80E72CE758B1

934168C8-55AC-4593-A138- E64BA8367E6E

 

12.0.0.43 (только внешний модуль)

 

E1915B85-E4E4-44E4-B26B-3D16B04D04FC

 

12.0.0.38 (только для ActiveX)

E4FFDAFD-7E94-4C17-AA7F-FA2CC0B879FD

 

 

11.9.900.170

41042E28-CCA1-4147-869F-9E928B38F04C

F83DD803-2467-4D07-9D6F-87AF0434410A

 

11.9.900.152

EFC4BB62-CD01-4F63-9165-FC5DEB350469

91A605E2-0372-4198-B64D-FA4D7E9FC851

 

11.9.900.117

01CC2860-A3CD-4D57-98A5-B202CA6B04ED

0D1FB7FD-8CB5-4A50-8311-17A2395B6EAE

 

11.8.800.175

(Только ActiveX)

E94EFAB6-653F-4837-9E8A-F6377CA1EC0D

 

 

11.8.800.174

(Только ActiveX)

3D405E2A-C13D-45D0-902F-F8F3DD65A59

 

 

11.8.800.168

41501415-D0BC-4692-88C6-D401DDFEAA0E

A2497A20-8029-4AB9-B4A5-9DAAB3DBF177

 

11.8.800.94

4CFE23CC-779D-4572-A76F-AB60A958BC79

BFBC6337-B7B9-4AEE-BC19-CA910EED755D

 

11.7.700.279

827AFA85-AB04-4CDE-91AA-3D146748F83D

BF32A7A6-E945-4688-99E8-D420144CB82B

 

11.7.700.275

E151098E-4C94-4E8D-8003-F03E2E28246C

64C9A479-9E77-49C3-8E98-CA03F2DB3758

 

11.7.700.272

F817F280-7A46-4110-88E1-1D89BBF133E9

7FABC035-13F6-4494-A931-F04CCE4E60A9

 

11.7.700.269

43AECACC-B291-4508-9FB7-6FF7E5790F16

216B433E-B031-42D6-9ECE-C8AA929CE15F

 

11.7.700.261

CA412FD3-C6D0-40A0-AD9F-F79B071B83EB

B457C45C-333D-45FE-BCB8-2279CEF42C80

 

11.7.700.260

86812AB8-22B3-4837-9949-352A20F08DE4

E0ADA71A-469B-48EA-BDED-F6FD346A5A33

 

11.7.700.257

557262A0-7139-4A0F-A17C-B6DC9DDF3075

437BC114-8BE6-4325-8A5C-08BD7071C0D7

 

11.7.700.252

CBD6CD82-1CC4-4A13-9782-7BECD48835EB

F1939C62-126D-49F5-8A79-D9BFB73B61C1

 

11.7.700.242

D6F3EA3B-0E14-44A0-A89E-FEE53936806F

9B8F9D56-F8FA-4A69-B6F1-F4CB8EACD428

 

11.7.700.232

5EB86CF5-E052-42F8-8635-C1AF08DAC792

A201D972-5F10-4FE9-80A4-E3E52E8EDCE8

 

11.7.700.224

35D1A5B9-9152-4C8E-A927-D058E6C85DAC

CEF7692A-E3E4-4780-82E0-51B2D59CC1F0

 

11.7.700.202

F68D0307-2573-4BE7-9EFD-CB28D7E656E3

4036771A-B714-4CA1-8931-782B24EE672C

 

11.7.700.169

676E4C31-0CD1-454E-BE3A-70D3AC93F915

18F2220F-0A39-446E-B737-637F0DBB3B8C

 

11.6.602.180

9223BBDE-693D-4B5F-A1DE-C40C7D2E4C89

346137E0-7160-403B-AD21-3FF01D25037B

 

11.6.602.171

DFD2729F-A436-4EAC-B116-2FE589F6D9F6

60BC9A62-6750-4B8C-9074-99ED76F374E6

 

11.6.602.168

6BA9BA04-B062-42F4-A852-902229FD4C2A

B7CCFDCA-D172-4477-91CC-91B726F64A1F

 

11.5.502.149

C0FDF30D-A75F-4CCF-9CA3-FBBA0B4B468F

23639B51-AF52-4FD4-80DD-DCC3F1BA5232

 

11.5.502.146

8A5F5F0A-BE2D-4763-B764-BF6EFE93A68B

42C336AF-2C66-4591-BC6D-F67F2C424E6F

 

11.5.502.135

ACCEE9F6-BFFC-4A6B-BD47-35CF8A06B6D8

539B6B38-4ECA-4ED7-B7B2-F52D923D1306

 

11.5.502.110

EB08D51E-BA72-46FA-94B2-CBA9CF8973D8

2F475153-E8DF-4439-9B7C-77A29E10DD67

 

11.4.402.287

D01750A5-49E5-4BF4-92CC-F72F5F20DBEC

709D081A-4E86-43F5-9D67-6EAF47EE585E

 

11.4.402.278

6F702A65-629F-4E5A-B686-1A4826C83AB4

8C27E4F1-9CE6-4C32-ADBB-D51CD226649E

 

11.4.402.265

3F67CDB0-824E-435E-BE14-D7BCA8256E3E

97E0DCFB-4CBE-4DA6-955E-B8E4DE37E466

 

11.3.300.273

CA6C70E3-1878-47c3-97BA-8DB0E2221511

395CFBE7-19F1-4494-8ECF-6392D459CE0A

 

11.3.300.271

25F2AB39-E3DD-4cd7-8697-E98CF27BA1F1

05AADFE6-43D6-4c7c-9433-5F6EF02BF44F

 

11.3.300.270

A02F7026-D635-465C-80D8-FB47AF185934

4C85A58E-48BA-4252-90C5-C9CA5E0C83D7

 

11.3.300.268

98616875-CF30-4BE5-AAED-36EF4AC6EE27

9BFB1FAB-8FC4-4FAA-9B2D-2B121834B659

 

11.3.300.265

BEE621F9-F94D-493C-BC45-D1B315DC8839

417EF49A-B315-449F-9652-85C8CB988042

 

11.3.300.262

(только внешний модуль)

 

309970D0-D0E2-49AB-B9A2-80F48E22947A

 

11.3.300.257

32-разрядная версия: DC48E09D-4E5F-4039-B93A-FCED36EFBE55

64-разрядная версия: CE7292AE-2A40-4D73-820F-0A5015A8610D

32-разрядная версия: 3D3085B0-BC4D-4559-B0AE-F5C879DEFFC4

64-разрядная версия: 4B8E09CF-2A5D-454D-9114-9B8A84A76F3B

 

11.2.202.235

32-разрядная версия: A13AB67F-697F-47DC-AA7B-F70B8B7ACDB8

64-разрядная версия: F40AC5E5-55AB-469A-BA8B-839CE0146380

32-разрядная версия: E648FE50-7E0B-45E2-92ED-AB1FD4493293

64-разрядная версия: 5D8B877C-945B-49F5-AA48-776C81C11B56

 

11.2.202.233

32-разрядная версия: 6B393C32-A8CE-4663-9D5B-EA75C8D1233C

64-разрядная версия: 9E25236A-E313-4853-9C8C-DB7015E9F9C4

32-разрядная версия: B2883418-71EB-4F63-97AB-222C67E99358

64-разрядная версия: 1E4B6678-A507-4B6A-B6C7-FEE55FC0C14C

 

11.2.202.228

32-разрядная версия: 8DB09D25-8E79-4F23-854D-02B95062A5B2

64-разрядная версия: 5C804EBB-475F-4555-A225-1D6573F158BD

32-разрядная версия: 12F0097F-68B4-40AB-A968-318D369027EC

64-разрядная версия: F1F9D254-FBB7-4634-9481-BEF1312255FE

 

11.1.102.63

32-разрядная версия: E7C06D29-B16A-4D88-A917-55422FAB4E9D

64-разрядная версия: 8D7DDFA2-3A50-49A4-99C5-6D8BE66FE0B9

32-разрядная версия: 0F2C43BC-2B06-4684-BC2E-C922056DE90C

64-разрядная версия: F7090575-8BDC-4A14-8D00-C0FB2BC914BD

 

11.1.102.62

32-разрядная версия: D0F112BB-7902-43AC-AF50-4D1117C9152E

64-разрядная версия: 62DD0E85-7A25-47A4-8F0F-95D749F9F102

32-разрядная версия: 35E1B1BF-D8E5-4B7F-9FD6-87D2E5694015

64-разрядная версия: 9243F09B-3319-4A55-8181-9BCEC7391079

 

11.1.102.55

32-разрядная версия: 4278B780-6CB5-437A-BA6A-31C7F9FAB980

64-разрядная версия: 421976B6-DEC6-4CA5-941F-F0663B3A2B74

32-разрядная версия: 4ABA8D5B-55F4-4254-905B-ACF8AAFF84EE

64-разрядная версия: 063C0043-E954-4850-9AA7-F9BC4E920D38

 

11.0.1.152

32-разрядная версия: 23D79730-EC1A-435E-83F8-AAEBFE5237B0

64-разрядная версия: A10EE46B-C2E8-4FAB-A8F8-3E80D0662BA9

32-разрядная версия: 66EE3C89-25FD-4D8F-BC01-B94B25B9D03F

64-разрядная версия: CA6DA0CF-2852-4407-ADE2-CA6281C8CE9D

 

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Deploy Adobe Flash Player with Group Policy

Steve Jobs couldn’t kill it, Microsoft’s Silverlight couldn’t kill it – it seems that Adobe Flash Player is here to stay! Because you will have to support it, you might as well make it as easy as possible. The first step on that road is to deploy Adobe Flash Player with Group Policy. Here is you how to guide:

Download the Adobe Flash Player MSI

Adobe releases an MSI for nearly every one of their products. Adobe Flash Player is no different. The trick, however, is finding the MSI and securing the rights to distribute it. Head on over to the Adobe Flash Player Distribution Page and register for the MSI.

Be sure to use a generic tech email shared by those in your department. This will make future updates smoother. In our environment, we have a shared IT email called [email protected]

After applying for the license, you will receive two follow up emails. The first email will confirm your newly created Adobe Distribution account. The second email will include download instructions for the fully packaged MSI. This second email can take several hours to arrive if your Adobe Distribution license is new.

Sharing the Package

Copy the MSI (and any other included files) to your software distribution share. Personally, I like to organize my share like this:

When you organize by vendor, your software share will have a more vertical structure and you won’t seem so cluttered all of the time. As an example, take a look at all of the Adobe Products we deploy in our environment:

Regardless of how your setup your share, be sure that EVERYONE (or an equivalent) has Full Control to the share and that Authenticated Users has Read/Execute on the folder permissions. This will ensure that your objects (either computers or users) have the appropriate permissions needed to access the installation source.

If you have previously deployed Adobe Flash Player, read this guide to updating software through Group Policy Software Installation before continuing. 

Creating the GPO

For any application that you deploy, create a specific GPO named after the product and pick a prefix to identify the type of GPO it is. I prefer to name my GPOs APP_Application Name. For example, APP_Adobe Flash Player.

There is no need to add the version to the GPO name. You will likely store updates inside this same GPO and will only have to rename the policy later. Save yourself some time and omit the application version.

 

 

Be sure to create your new GPO under the Group Policy Objects container. Many of times, I have accidentally deployed an application or setting by right clicking on an OU and creating the GPO there. Until your GPO is fully tested, it should not be in a live environment (or linked to production machines).

 

Edit the GPO

Edit your newly created Adobe Flash Player Group Policy Object. Because all users tend to use Adobe Flash Player, you will likely deploy it to the computer. Expand your GPO to Computer Configuration/Policies/Software Settings/Software Installation. Right click and select New Package.

Browse to your package and add it to your GPO. Be sure that you browsed to the UNC (share path or \\SERVER\SHARE\) and not a local path (D:\Software\). Select Assigned and Ok.

 

Disabling Adobe Flash Player Auto Update

The Auto Update settings for Adobe Flash Player can be configured by creating/editing the MMS.CFG file. MMS.CFG can be found here: C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash. This file might not exist on your computers. Don’t worry, we will create it.

Open notepad and enter: AutoUpdateDisable=1

Save this file in the same location as your Adobe Flash Player MSI.

 

Distribute MMS.CFG

In your Adobe Flash Player Group Policy Object, create a new computer side File Preference. Configure the preference to copy the MMS.CFG file from your network share to C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\.

If you want to ensure that your MMS.cfg is always on the machine with Adobe Flash Player installs, consider embedding it within the MSI.

You are now ready to deploy Adobe Flash Player with Group Policy! Simply link your new GPO to a Test OU and reboot. Adobe Flash Player should update through Group Policy. After testing, you might want to scope your GPO down to a specific security group instead of Authenticated Users.

 

Need Help?

If you are having issues deploying Adobe Flash Player, check the top Group Policy Software Installation misconfigurations. If it doesn’t address your issue, just leave me a comment below and I will try to help you find an answer.

Once a week, I hope to highlight a particular application and the methods you can use to deploy it. If you have a particular application that you would like to see in this series, leave me a comment (or send me an email by using the button in the top right of this site).

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Silent Install Adobe Flash Player

In this tutorial will explain how to silent install adobe flash player 25, Msi and Exe version. How to disable auto update and uninstall older version of adobe flash player. 

Silent Install Adobe Flash Player.

  1. Silent install Flash Player exe file:
    • Download exe.
    • Create command line.
  2. Adobe Flash Player msi silent install:
    • Extract msi.
    • Create command line.
  3. Adobe Flash Player disable updates
  4. Flash Player silent uninstall

Updates:

03/06/2017 – Updated with version 25.0.0.171 of Flash Player

03/06/2017 –  Add script for exe version

 

Silent install guides for other application here: Complete List

Silent install adobe flash player exe file

Download exe file.

To perform silent installation you need to download offline installer.

I have found two way to download offline installer for adobe flash player.

  1. Go to page https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.html
  2. Navigate to Still having problems?
  3. Download flash player from 3 links, Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Chrome

The second way:

IE activeX – http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player_ax.exe

Firefox NPAPI – http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player.exe

Chrom PPAPI – http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player_ppapi.exe

Save three installer on folder called whatever you want.

Command line:

Copy the command below on text file and save it to the folder created previously called “Install.cmd”:

@echo off cls echo. ================================================================== echo Silent Install Adobe Flash Player =================================================================== start "Silent Install Flash Player NPAPI" /wait install_flash_player.exe -install echo next start "Silent Install Flash Player ActiveX" /wait install_flash_player_ax.exe -install echo next start "Silent Install Flash Player PPAPI" /wait install_flash_player_ppapi.exe -install

Run the cmd file As Administrator and Adobe Flash Player will be installed silently. The Script uninstall previous version of Flash Player if is installed.

Silent Install Flash Player

Download msi for silent install adobe flash player.

Updated: For version 25 and later we cannot download msi directly from website. You need to apply for the licence on the http://www.adobe.com/products/players/flash-player-distribution.html.

After that you will get email with links of msi files.

Downloaded msi save to a folder in your computer.

Create the .cmd file.

Create a text file called install.cmd and copy in the following command lines:

start /wait msiexec /i "%~dp0%xxxxxx.msi%" /qn start /wait msiexec /i "%~dp0%xxxxxx.msi%" /qn

Note! Change the “xxxxxx.msi” on the script with the name o msi downloaded.

Execute script of silent install adobe flash player.

Just right-click on install.cmd and run as administrator. After few seconds the install will finished.

Disable auto update adobe flash player.

Create a text file called mms.cfg and copy in the following command lines :

AutoUpdateDisable=1 SilentAutoUpdateEnable=0

Copy the file in the following path :

C:\windows\system32\macromed\flash\

C:\windows\syswow64\macromed\flash\

The auto update is disabled.

Silent Install Adobe Flash Player

The proces of install silent and disable auto update of adobe flash player finished.

Recommended :

If you want to deploy with SCCM 2012 you can follow your older post here.

 

If you have any question about feel free to ask on the comment section.

Please rate use if this article was helpful to you!

 

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