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I am trying to deploy Flash player via Group Policy but recieve this error.

Posted on 2008-06-11
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We are trying to deploy Flash player via group policy but recieve a n error message.
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Are you using a redistributable package (.msi file)? You can obtain this via http://www.adobe.com/licensing/distribution/
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Hi sorry i closed the question, with the thought that it would work... But i downloaded the distributable version from adobe and registered the licence but still the same error
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What steps did you take to create the group policy? The .msi file should be on a share where "Authenticated Users" have Read permissions.
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