I've filled out the form to get a download link to the redistributable version of flash player so I can deploy it across my isolated network. I have been sent an email of some sort but my organisation's email policy blocks the email because of an encrypted attachment, which is not permitted. I cannot use any other accounts, as company policy says I can only use the authorised system for communication. The only other email address I have is a gmail account, which Adobe doesn't accept.
Can someone provide me with a simple link to the executable so I can download it?
Why is this so complicated?
The attachment is a simple PDF file containing the distribution agreement, I'm not sure it it's encrypted or not. I'll ask the licensing team to send it to me and I'll upload it to Document Cloud for you and then private message you the URL.
I'm assuming it'll be a password protected PDF to prevent editing. The email filter doesn't like that sort of thing I'm afraid.
It's not password protected (I have received one and can open it without a password), but it apparently has some features enabled to prevent editing, so it may very well be encrypted. I have emailed the licensing team and am awaiting to hear back from them.
I have the email etc now. Thanks for your help.
Thank you for confirming.