at first i like to back you pardon for my bad english knowledge. English isnt my native language.
Ok, here we go:
You will block execution of flash content in the player from 12.01.2020 on.
I own some Hardware (a NAS for example) which is administrated by a flash interface in AVM2/Actionscript3.
Blocking execution of flash content will lock me out of my hardware, leaving it unadministrable to me.
Manufacturer of the hardware isnt offering new firmare/driver to exchange the flash interface.
Is there any possibility to grant access to my properties?
Will it be possible to use flashplaver in a private network for example without access to the internet? Will you offer a guide to build such an environment to help people to keep and use their hardware instead of discard valuable resources in times where our planet suffer from wasting valuable resources?
Sorry, blocking will start on/after 12.01.2021 of course....
Any chance for help on the issue above mentioned?
"I own some Hardware (a NAS for example) which is administrated by a flash interface in AVM2/Actionscript3."
The company who made the firmware had 3 years notice this was coming. If they didn't care enough to create a new interface before now, they never will. Sorry.
Yes, you have a couple options. Please check out the Enterprise EOL FAQ for more details:
You'll also want to refer to the "Enterprise Enablement" section of the Administrator's Guide, here:
Im not sure but I think you are looking for a Standalone SWF Player to play .swf files offline. There are many that exist built by independant creators. The official ones are here https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/debug_downloads.html
Flash Player Projector is the one that is solely for playing .swf files. Install it and load your .sfw files with it to play them.
If you are trying to have an internet site play Flash files / SWF then I suggest you look into the internet site ruffle.rs