I created a mms.cfg file with all of the option but when I visit a site which has swf movie its still blocking it.
File Name: MMS.cfg
How can i test to see my mms.cfg file is working or not.
I'm only doing this on Windows 10 1809/1909 Mahicnes
File is saved in
we found that after restart file in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash get overwritten and browser (IE11) stopped working again. but it is possible that some other Enterprise update doing it.
So if you see the same issue - double check that files are updated correctly
Well, all browsers will be blocking it, I'm not sure what good whitelisting would do...
it will be blocked but if you allow it through mms.cfg file then these site should not be blocked
Also you have a choose the remove from your browser or leave it. For some user we need to have flash player enable and working, in IE or edge Windows 10
FireFOX ESR does not block it. Then, you can easily disable browser updates.
IT is for enterprises, so enterprise versions allows it, as we need AdobeFlash to work for at least next 10 years. Too many management systems uses it (Vmware VDP for example, VC 6.5, some hardware).
Tested today - it works. * did not work in whitelist but exact URL-s are recognized.
What is the location for mms.cfg with FF ESR on Win 10 64-bit? Adobe's documentation doesnt' reference FF.
New EDGE version will not work even with mms.cfg file updated. only IE11 and old EDGE
AllowListURLPattern=*:* is not valid. There's no "allow everything" setting. The intent of this feature is to allow Enterprises with business-critical internal applications that are dependent on Flash to allow those specific applications in their managed environments. This is not a mechanism to allow end-users to continue using Flash Player.
Also, the documentation for these features is in the "Enterprise Enablement" section of the Admin guide, here:
There are a couple documentation bugs that we're in the process of getting corrected and published. You can't allow all ports, and you can't allow all domains. You have to specify at least *.<something>.<something> (e.g.*.adobe.com, etc).