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serving flash app without flash MX 2004 installed on server

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g'day all experts,

I have developped a flash movie that uses AMFPHP as well as flash remotting to browse the server's local directories over the web.

I develop on a machine other than the server(everything works great, I can browse the local directories and select files) yet when I uploaded the movie on the server, I was no longer able to browse locally. I soon realized this was because no remotting components were installed. When I tried installing the remotting components for flash MX 2004, it didn't let me due to the fact that I don't have flash mx installed locally.

Is there a way to install the remotting components on the server which does not have Flash MX 2004 installed?

I hope I made myself clear and that someone can help me with this issue.

Caley
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Are you sure it's not a permissions problem? In general, your server's going to restrict access from directory browsing and arbitrary browsing.
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