Adobe Flash is installed without having to disrupt people from their work

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I need to install Adobe Flash in our network in a way that it will not affect the people connected to the network. We are using a Windows domain. I am thinking of installing it by “pushing” it through the network.

How can I accomplish this so that Adobe Flash is installed without having to disrupt people from their work?

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Adobe Flash is installed without having to disrupt people from their work

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There are various options that you can choose from when you want to install the adobe flash player application on a network depending on how much you have to spend. For the Windows Server 2003, it has the RIS which can be used to install an application when starting up from a PXE network boot.

The active directory can also be used to push MSI installs, but you may find that it is not that user friendly. Another option will be to use the Norton Ghost, which is an enterprise product that will help you when it comes to remote installation of applications.

You can also try the logmein.com programs, which is a very nice program that you can find for free and it is secure for some range for data exchange.

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Adobe Flash is installed without having to disrupt people from their work

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I am glad I've visited this site. It's interesting and quite useful. I've downloaded Universal Extractor, tried to download Adobe Flash Player, but haven't succeded. I followed your instructions and am not certain, whether righly or not. I seem to have done everything correctly, but the Flash Player does not appear anywhere. I.m sure to visit you once again. Thanks in advance.

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