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VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin

I have a vmware pool that has Adobe flash quality "do not control" and adobe flash throttling "disabled". via RDP connection the plugin is not installed but with using a PCoIP connection the VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin is installed. We do not want to use the VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin. How do I disable it? It is not being used in the base image.

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Brian
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asavenerCommented:
The plugin is not used when your settings are configured the way you describe.
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
but it is and that is the issue. If I look in IE settings over a PCoIP connection it is listed as a plugin as "new" and the shockwave flash object is not installed. If i use a RDP connection to the same pool the VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin is not installed and the shockwave flash object is enabled.

Thanks,
Brian
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asavenerCommented:
The plug in is installed, but not active.
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
but why is the shockwave flash object not installed and enabled? but the the shockwave flash object is installed on a RDP connection and the VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin is not even in the list of plugins on a RDP connection.
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
I have a different pool that has the VMware Adobe Flash Optimizer plugin disabled but the shockwave flash object enabled on a PCoIP connection. They both use different base images. Does a certain version of flash plugin not work with PCoIP?
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
I had to reinstall flash and upgrade the agent.
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
I figured it out. thanks for the help
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