I am unable to get IE to recognise Flash is installed if it is installed from an .msi.
This is affecting around 70+ computers at 2 different sites so I would prefer not to use the manual installation.
This is affecting PC's running both Windows 7 and Windows 10.
I am using: install_flash_player_27_active_x.msi
I re-downloaded it earlier today and have the same results.
I can see the program is installed in "Program and Features" but it does not appear in IE11's "Manage add-on" list.
Sorry, last download was 2/11/17
On Windows 10, Microsoft embeds Flash Player in IE and Edge, and all Flash Player updates are distributed by Microsoft via Windows Update. The MSI installer will not install Flash Player for IE on Windows 10.
The latest version (220.127.116.11) was released on 25-Oct and we've not received any wide-spread reports of this. As such, I suspect this is isolated to your environment.
On the Windows 7 systems, please provide the following information:
Thank you. Please provide the previously requested information:
In addition, on these systems, where Flash doesn't display in Manage Add-ons, are the users standard users, or Admin users?
Using GPO to install flash but it does not seem to want to install from there so I have been running the .msi on the computer to reach the current issue.
Have just performed the following: Uninstalled Flash for both browsers. Ran stand alone uninstaller. Removed computer from network. Added computer back to network. Flash Active X reinstalled. Still missing from IE Extensions list.
Going to do a fresh install of Win7 on this laptop now and will update results.