My Adobe Flash Player 11.2 has encountered a problem

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Hi guys,

My Adobe Flash Player 11.2 has encountered a problem. Have a look at the error message below. I received the error message while performing a task on it. I do not understand the error message. Please help me to get a remedy of this issue.

Thanks in advance.

 

The assignment of application Adobe Flash Player 11.2 ActiveX from policy software-FlashPlayer failed.  The error was : %%1274

Log Name:      System
Source:            Application Management         Logged:            14/04/2012 22:33:20  

Event ID:         101                                          Task Category: None               
Level:              Warning                                   Keywords:      Classic
User:                SYSTEM                                  Computer:        xxx
OpCode:         

More Information:       Event Log Online

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Best Answer by Maverick Aabel
Answered By 0 points N/A #190645

My Adobe Flash Player 11.2 has encountered a problem

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Hallo Martin,

After you have applied the Group Policy '”Startup policy processing wait time” that is found under: Computer ConfigurationPoliciesAdministrative TemplatesSystemGroup Policy, you will need to give it a value of 30. In the event that issue persists you might want to reinstall the latest version of adobe flash player.

Regards,

Nicke

 

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #190646

My Adobe Flash Player 11.2 has encountered a problem

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Hi Martin,

As a first step, please try to download and re-install your current version of Adobe Flash Player v11. 2 (I find this link for you http://download.cnet.com/Adobe-Flash-Player/3000-2378_4-12518919.html

Restart your computer and check if this error is reproducible ( if yes, please see one solution below):

This type of error will occur when applications (like Flash Player in your case) are assigned through Group Policy feature of Windows and the machine is not waiting for the network to be fully initialized when you log on. This is in fact a warning that will tell us that the policy isn’t applied successfully until a synchronous refresh is done.

In order to do that you must open Group Policy and navigate under Computer Configuration => Administrative Templates => System => Logon and enable “Always wait for the network at computer startup and logon”.

After this step, please log on multiple times (this will take first a little time to complete).

Thank you,

 

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