We have a specific version of Chrome because we need it for some of the applications to work. We copied the pepflashplayer folder from the newest version of Google Chrome and we replaced the same folder in the Google Chrome directory. The reason why we did this, is because of all the vulnerabilities in the older versions Adobe Flash. There was no granular way to just disable the pepflashplayer in an corporate environment so that the Google Chrome would pick up the system flash that we do keep updated on a regular basis. The question is has anyone replaced the pepflashplayer.dll folder, and does it fully work? We tested flash websites with this method and the sites were working.