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Which Captive Runtime Files are Required?

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Sep 29, 2014

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Hi,

Have an AIR desktop app for Windows 7 64-bit and noticed I could delete the Adobe Air\Versions\1.0\Resources folder without affecting the execution of my program. I think I've figured out the purpose of most of the files in the Resources folder and why I don't need them, except for one, CaptiveAppEntry.exe. Now I obviously don't need it to run the program, but is there any reason I should keep it around?

Here's a rundown of the files in the folder and what I've been able to find out about their purpose:

Adobe AIR.vch:  Needed for DRM

adobecp.dll:    Needed for DRM

adobecp.vch:    Needed for DRM

AdobeCP15.dll:  Needed for DRM

CaptiveAppEntry.exe:  Unkown

NPSWF32.dll:    Flash Player plugin

WebKit:         flash.html package

Thanks,

-- jon

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Which Captive Runtime Files are Required?

New Here ,
Sep 29, 2014

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Hi,

Have an AIR desktop app for Windows 7 64-bit and noticed I could delete the Adobe Air\Versions\1.0\Resources folder without affecting the execution of my program. I think I've figured out the purpose of most of the files in the Resources folder and why I don't need them, except for one, CaptiveAppEntry.exe. Now I obviously don't need it to run the program, but is there any reason I should keep it around?

Here's a rundown of the files in the folder and what I've been able to find out about their purpose:

Adobe AIR.vch:  Needed for DRM

adobecp.dll:    Needed for DRM

adobecp.vch:    Needed for DRM

AdobeCP15.dll:  Needed for DRM

CaptiveAppEntry.exe:  Unkown

NPSWF32.dll:    Flash Player plugin

WebKit:         flash.html package

Thanks,

-- jon

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