flash in network

Posted on 2000-05-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
why can't we test a .fla movie in network?? Error message reads "Error creating flash player movie file".  Each time we had to copy it to our harddisk and then work. Why does this happen??????
Question by:kdramesh
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ID: 2819037
That's really odd. Try reinstalling Flash or replacing the .ocx's because odd problems like this happen whenever system files are corrupt.

I hope this will fix it..


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ssdesign earned 50 total points
ID: 2824367
while usig flash in network you must share the folder which contains the flash flayer to allow it to generate flash movies on other machines.

Expert Comment

ID: 2825241
Ah, that makes sense, he's right.

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