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Adobe Flash Player Blocked while being Allowed

Apr 04, 2020

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When im trying to log into a Session, it says i must install Adobe Flash Player, but its pre-installed and upgraded. When i click to check if i have it, it says i do, then when i click to check if its disabled or enabled, it says its not, even thought i put Adobe Flash Player on "Ask me first". Everytime i try to log into the session it brings me to this page; https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html#Also, if your awnser is that the session might have blocked Adobe Flash Player, then why did they tell us to use it?

All browsers disable Flash by default and rely on the content's Flash detection scripts to determine if the content requires Flash or not. If the browser detects the content requires Flash, then it prompts the user to Allow Flash.  If the browser can't detect the content requires Flash, it can't prompt the user to Allow Flash.  This is usually a content issue, not Flash Player.  I recommend contacting the content provider for assistance.


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Adobe Flash Player Blocked while being Allowed

Apr 04, 2020

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When im trying to log into a Session, it says i must install Adobe Flash Player, but its pre-installed and upgraded. When i click to check if i have it, it says i do, then when i click to check if its disabled or enabled, it says its not, even thought i put Adobe Flash Player on "Ask me first". Everytime i try to log into the session it brings me to this page; https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html#Also, if your awnser is that the session might have blocked Adobe Flash Player, then why did they tell us to use it?

All browsers disable Flash by default and rely on the content's Flash detection scripts to determine if the content requires Flash or not. If the browser detects the content requires Flash, then it prompts the user to Allow Flash.  If the browser can't detect the content requires Flash, it can't prompt the user to Allow Flash.  This is usually a content issue, not Flash Player.  I recommend contacting the content provider for assistance.


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I honestly think that i should call the session owner, but im not sure.

 

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I dont think i should do that, any suggestions?

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Apr 06, 2020

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All browsers disable Flash by default and rely on the content's Flash detection scripts to determine if the content requires Flash or not. If the browser detects the content requires Flash, then it prompts the user to Allow Flash.  If the browser can't detect the content requires Flash, it can't prompt the user to Allow Flash.  This is usually a content issue, not Flash Player.  I recommend contacting the content provider for assistance.


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