FlashPlayer for Firefox

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  • FlashPlayer for Firefox
  • 31.0.0.108
  • Adobe
  • MUL
  • 32-bit | 64-bit
  • €199.00 *

    excl. VAT

    Delivery time 10 Workdays

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    Product information "FlashPlayer for Firefox"

    IMPORTANT: All information is related to the previous version of this package

    Advanced Packages include the ability to specify additional application-specific options. This is a deployment package for FlashPlayer for Firefox by Adobe which is compatible with all major systems management solutions such as RMSi, SCCM, LANDesk, KACE, InTune and others. Get advanced package options to fully automate and customize the deployment of this software.

    About

    The "NPAPI" version of Flash Player is designed for Mozilla Firefox as well as other browsers that support "Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI)" technology.

    Dependencies

    • Mozilla Firefox

    Sources
    • Source files: 2
    • Ability to use already downloaded sources from vendor
    • Installation sources bundled with the package (can be downloaded either manually or automatically, see below)
    • Download links from vendor website
    • The download is available as an installer .exe file.
    • Automatic download of sources from vendor website
      • Automatic credentials for sources download [NOT REQUIRED]
      • Automatic processing of downloaded sources [NOT REQUIRED]
      • This automatic download procedure downloads the installer .exe file from Adobe website.
    • Automatic download of sources from vendor website
      • Automatic credentials for sources download [NOT REQUIRED]
      • Automatic processing of downloaded sources [NOT REQUIRED]
      • This automatic download procedure downloads the installer .exe file from Adobe website.
    Further Information
    Package number: RP-101664
    Setup Type: exe
    Information Link: https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html
    License Type: Freeware
    Tested for OS: Windows 10 32 bit | Windows 10 64 bit
    Dependencies: Mozilla Firefox
    Supported OS by Manufacturer: Windows 10 | Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 8.1 | Windows Server 2008 | Windows Server 2008 R2 | Windows Server 2012 | Windows Server 2012 R2 | Windows Server 2016
    Platform: 32-bit | 64-bit
    Related links to "FlashPlayer for Firefox"
    Configurations "FlashPlayer for Firefox"
    Standard configuration
    • Disable Automatic Updates
    • Remove Desktop Shortcuts
    • Silent Install Support
    • Silent Uninstall Support
    • Per Machine Installation
    • Disable Initial Dialogs
    • Suppress Auto Start
    • Suppress Reboots
    • Disabled Add/Remove Programs Interaction
    Advanced configuration
    • Advanced
      • Deploy an existing configuration file or create it
        • Configure and create a config file (mms.cfg)
        • Include your own "mms.cfg" in the installation.
          • [File picker] (validated)
          • Include your own "ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt" policy file in the installation [File picker]
        • Overwrite or add only selected options
        • Overwrite the existing config file on the target system
          • All previous settings will be reset
      • [Link] Read more about the deployment options on adobe.com
      • User interface
        • Configure default language
          • Select language
            • Arabic
            • Bulgarian
            • Czech
            • Danish
            • German
            • Greek
            • English
            • English - United Kingdom
            • Spanish
            • Estonian
            • Finnish
            • French
            • Hebrew
            • Croatian
            • Hungarian
            • Italian
            • Japanese
            • Korean
            • Latvian
            • Norwegian
            • Dutch
            • Polish
            • Portuguese
            • Portuguese - Portugal
            • Romanian
            • Russian
            • Slovak
            • Slovenian
            • Serbian
        • Disable full-screen mode for SWF files playing via browser plugin
      • Privacy options
        • Settings in this category let you: disable the use of camera and microphone devices to capture video and audio streams and disable the ability to view the list of system fonts installed on a user's computer
        • Disable SWF files access webcam and microphone (AVHardwareDisable)
          • Create a “white list” of approved domain names or IP addresses to which data can be transmitted using a webcam or microphone.(AVHardwareEnabledDomain)
            • This value must be set to a string containing a full domain name or IP address. The string value must exactly match the domain name or IP address to be enabled. Strings with wildcards such as *.adobe.com or 10.1.1.* are not supported.
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
      • Socket connection options
        • These settings determine whether socket connections using the ActionScript Socket and XMLSocket classes are permitted.
        • Disable socket connections. (DisableSockets)
          • Create a whitelist of servers to which socket connections are allowed. (EnableSocketsTo)
            • The values specified here must exactly match the values specified in the ActionScript connect() methods. If you specify an IP address here, but the connect() method specifies a host name, the method fails even if that host name resolves to the specified IP address. Similarly, if you specify a host name here but the connect() method specifies an IP address, the method fails.
              • [Place to enter value]
      • GPU Compositing
        • Adobe recommends that you use this setting with care. Overriding GPU validation can result in rendering problems or system crashes due to driver issues. After completing the tests or programming tasks that require the use of this setting, consider setting it back to 0 (or removing it from the mms_new.cfg file) for normal operations.
        • Override validation of the driver requirements. (OverrideGPUValidation)
      • P2P connections and the Real Time Media Flow Protocol options.
        • Ignore any values specified for peerID (necessary for Real Time Media Flow Protocol) and disable P2P connections. NetStream objects can connect only to Flash Media Server.(RTMFPP2PDisable)
        • Attemps FlashPlayer to make RTMFP connections hrough the specified TURN server. (RTMFPTURNProxy)
          • [Place to enter value]
      • Protected mode options
        • Flash Player Protected mode is a new security enhancement designed to limit the impact of attacks launched from malicious SWF files against Flash Player. In the Protected mode, SWFs are rendered using a sandboxed Flash Player runtime.
        • Enable the protected mode. (ProtectedMode)
          • If enabled, on Windows Vista and later, SWFs are rendered in Firefox 4.0 or later using a sandboxed Flash Player runtime.
          • A properly configured policy file is provided, the broker can bypass the application’s default restrictions. (ProtectedModeBrokerWhitelistConfigFile)
            • The policy file "ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt" exists already.
            • Include your own "ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt" policy file in the installation
              • [File picker] (validated)
            • Specify the path to the log file to record the policy file violations.(ProtectedModeBrokerLogfilePath)
              • [Place to enter value]
            • If a path is not provided, no file is created
    • Security
      • Security options
        • These options let you modify the default Flash Player security model.
        • Set controls whether to allow a SWF file produced for Flash Player 6 and earlier to execute an operation that has been restricted in a newer version of Flash Player. (LegacyDomainMatching)
          • This setting does not have a default value. If it is not included in the mms_new.cfg file, the user can determine whether to allow the operation in a global manner (using the Settings Manager), or on a case-by-case basis (using an interactive dialog box). The values the user can choose among are “Ask,” “Allow,” and “Deny.” The default value is “Ask”.
          • allow
          • deny
        • Set controls how Flash Player determines whether to execute certain local SWF files that were originally produced for Flash Player 7 and earlier. (LocalFileLegacyAction)
          • This setting does not have a default value. If it is not included in the mms_new.cfg file, the user can use the Settings Manager to specify whether to place all older local SWF files into the local-trusted sandbox.
          • allow
          • deny
        • Disallow the user to place files into the local-trusted sandbox. (AllowUserLocalTrust)
        • Enable the ActiveX control to running in a non-browser host for the following application: (EnforceLocalSecurityInActiveXHostApp)
          • The filename string must specify the executable filename only, not the full path to the executable; if you specify a full path, the setting is ignored.
          • [Place to enter value]
        • Disable full-screen interactive mode (FullScreenInteractiveDisable)
        • This option is similar to “EnforceLocalSecurityInActiveXHostApp” but applies to plug-ins as well as the ActiveX control, and imposes stricter security controls. (DisableNetworkAndFilesystemInHostApp)
          • The filename string must specify the executable filename only, not the full path to the executable; if you specify a full path, the setting is ignored.
          • [Place to enter value]
    • Data loading and storage
      • Data loading and storage options
        • Prevents local SWF files from having read access to files on local hard drive (LocalFileReadDisable)
        • Do not allow the user to download a file. Files are never downloaded without user approval. (FileDownloadDisable)
          • Create a “white list” of approved domain names or IP addresses from which files can be downloaded (FileDownloadEnabledDomain)
            • This value must be set to a string containing a full domain name or IP address. The string value must exactly match the domain name or IP address to be enabled. Strings with wildcards such as *.adobe.com or 10.1.1.* are not supported.
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
        • Do not allow the user to upload a file. Files are never uploaded without user approval. (FileUploadDisable)
          • Create a “white list” of approved domain names or IP addresses to which files can be uploaded. (FileUploadEnabledDomain)
            • This value must be set to a string containing a full domain name or IP address. The string value must exactly match the domain name or IP address to be enabled. Strings with wildcards such as *.adobe.com or 10.1.1.* are not supported.
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
            • [Place to enter value]
        • Specify a hard limit on the amount of local storage that Flash Player uses (per domain) for persistent shared objects. (LocalStorageLimit)
          • no storage
          • 10 KB
          • 100 KB
          • 1 MB
          • 10 MB
          • user specifies upper limit
        • Disable read or write locally persistent shared objects for third-party SWF files. (ThirdPartyStorage)
          • This setting does not have a default value. If it is not included in the mms_new.cfg file, the Settings Manager or Local Storage Settings dialog box lets the user specify whether to permit locally persistent shared objects. If the user doesn’t make any changes, the default is to permit shared objects.
        • Specify a hard limit, in MB, on the amount of local storage that Flash Player uses for the storage of common Flash components. If this option is not included in the mms_new.cfg file, the Settings Manager lets the user specify whether to permit component storage. However, the user can’t specify how much local storage space to use. The default limit is 20 MB. (AssetCacheSize)
          • Asset cache size
            • [Place to etner a number]
    • Update
      • Update options
        • Flash Player supports software updates by periodically checking for new versions of the player on the adobe.com site. Settings in this category let you configure the auto-update mechanism used by Flash Player. You can increase or decrease the frequency of checks for newer versions, enable background updates, or disable auto-update entirely.
        • Enable Automatic Updates
          • Specify the minimum number of days between update checks. (AutoUpdateInterval)
            • If this value is set to 0, Flash Player checks for an update every time it starts.
              • [Place to etner a number]
          • Disallow Flash Player install native code applications that are digitally signed and delivered by Adobe. (DisableProductDownload)
            • However, if you want to enable some but not all product downloads, set this value to 0 (or omit it) and then use the ProductDisabled option to specify which product downloads are not permitted.
          • Create a list of ProductManager applications that users are not permitted to install or launch. (ProductDisabled)
            • [Place to enter value]
          • Enable a Flash Player update to install silently in the background with no user interaction. Installs both the ActiveX and NPAPI plug-in players when appropriate. This type of update is called a Flash Player background update. (SilentAutoUpdateEnable)
          • Enable to host and deploy Flash Player background updates from an internal server. (SilentAutoUpdateServerDomain)
            • For more information, see “Background updates from an internal server” on page 21 "ADOBE ® FLASH ® PLAYER 26.0 Administration Guide"
              • [Place to enter value]
          • Enable logging of warning and error codes to FlashInstall.log during a background update. (SilentAutoUpdateVerboseLogging)
    • Other
      • Other options
        • Disable hardware acceleration. (DisableHardwareAcceleration)
        • Use WAV Audio for playback instead of the Windows Core Audio APIs (UseWAVPlayer)
        • Time to wait for a network response (NetworkRequestTimeout)
          • Reducing this number allows Flash Player to shorten the time it waits for a network response and possibly improve page responsiveness.
          • configurable from 1 to 30 seconds
            • [Place to etner a number]
        • Allow Administrators to override the Flash Player 14 and above default behavior of restricting write access to paths that traverse junction files in Windows. This flag will only work in Internet Explorer with Protected Mode disabled. (EnableInsecureJunctionBehavior)
        • Change Flash Player´s LSO from %APPDATA% to %LOCALAPPDATA%. This option will provide relief to administrators who have chosen to store their users' %APPDATA% folders on a network volume but do not want Flash Player data impacted (by both security and performance issues) by also being located on the network volume. If an admin enables this new MMS property, Flash data will always be written on the local. (EnableLocalAppData)
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