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Pushing Adobe Flash Player Fails with Error %%2

Posted on 2014-01-22
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We are pushing Adobe Flash Player v12 via Group Policy/Active Directory. When the PC tries to install you get the following error in the System Log:

The assignment of application Adobe Flash Player 12 ActiveX from policy [policy name] failed.  The error was : %%2

We've never had issues pushing Adobe products out before. Any idea why this isn't taking?
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Take a look: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/ee7cb4e4-7d14-4f1c-86a6-c93463acd9d3/group-policy-failure-on-windows-7-computer?forum=winserverGP

Some guys said that if they set the Startup policy processing wait time to 20 or 30 seconds the problem didnt happen.
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