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Update Flash without Admin rights

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Hello all,

I have a Domain with a Windows server (exchange 2003) and 15 Client PCs.
the Server is also a domain controller and a DNS server.

I noticed that Adobe has been releasing updates for flash more frequently and because of that i sometimes get calls from the users due to them not being able to access a site because the update won't run (they don't have admin rights).
I'm not on site all the time so that has become annoying.

I was wondering if anyone knows how i can have Adobe Flash run the update automatically on the client PCs without having me (or the user) having to manually do it.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks


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by:Ernie Beek
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You can register at adobe to get the updates as installables. That way you should be able to deploy them through a policy without user intervention.

Have a look at this: http://www.adobe.com/products/players/fpsh_distribution1.html
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Thanks for the help. Much appreciated.
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