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Disable JAVA and Adobe flash install

Hi All,

I am managing a Server 2003 domain environment.
Every time when a new update is coming out for Adobe falsh or Java, all of my users (Terminal Server users) are prompted to install the available update. Non of my users have the rights to install anything on they terminal server profile.
Is there a way to kill this adobe and Java update pop-up without the need to enter each user's terminal profile one-by-one?

Thanks
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agriboy1980
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Jaroslav LatalMSPCommented:
Hello agriboy1980,

I used this link a month ago and it works fine:
http://gpyall.com/archives/how-do-i-disable-adobe-reader-x-updates-with-group-policy/ 


regards,
Jarda
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agriboy1980Author Commented:
Hi Jarda,

I have Adobe reader version 9.5.1
As I saw in that article, that is applied only for Reader X.

Can you help me with this version?

Thx
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Jaroslav LatalMSPCommented:
Hi,

There is similar key in registry:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\9.0\FeatureLockDown]


Jarda
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agriboy1980Author Commented:
Jarda,

Can you maybe help me with JAVA too.

Thx.
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agriboy1980Author Commented:
Thanks, will test it ASAP and post the update.
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