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Proper way to update Adobe Flash w/GPO

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I have a GPO in place that deploys Adobe Flash 10 - however, many of my users continue to get the updates at boot time.  What is the PROPER way to update flash via GPO that has deployed originally?  Do I create a new deploy policy, delete the old one?  Also, the file name that I got from Adobe is still the same install_flash_player_10_active_x.msi - if I just downloaded it, should that be the latest version, or what?
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The issue is not deploying flash player - the issue is updating flashplayer successfully.  I have already deployed it.
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