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How can I  install adobe flash on a Windows Server 2008
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by:NightExcessive
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You should go to the Adobe Flash website and click on "Get Flash Player", at which point you will be offered a download. Depending on your browser, there will be an option to save or run. You should click on the run button, and follow the on-screen instructions.
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by:charterp
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I already did that. But I get an error message that the installation failed.
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by:dan4132
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Or you can Download the Offline Flash Installer from Filehippo.com and install it that way. The Security with IE on Server 2008 will prob be too high for you to install it from the web as servers don't allow downloads and Active content by default.
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by:charterp
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Thanks I will try this today when I get to the office.
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Make sure you are using the 32-bit version of IE, and turn off IE ESC.
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by:charterp
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Thanks a million!
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by:la-tempestad
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Adobe flash player still not compatible with 64 bit OS,so by changing to IE32,it works because you are trying to install the adobe flash player on a 32bit IE.(Compatibility mode)

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