Still need to be able to run obsolete software in a corporate environment, written by a vendor that no longer exists. It's all well and good to say, "you had plenty of time", but 3 years is *nothing* to a lot of companies. We're running 20-year old code in product, because we have to.
For this particular application, no migration path existed for us, and we kind of assumed that there would be *some* kind of workaround. Please re-enable Flash, if only for private networks. In the real world, people don't have control over everything they use, and lecturing customers in a snotty tone about their deficiencies does not help.
And let's face it. It's not as though Adobe has a reputation for being good at what they do, or helpful to customers, and this is just one more example of that kind of entitled "we know best" behavior.
For enterprises dependent on Flash Player, please refer to the Enterprise end-of-life FAQ:
Technical details can be found in the Flash Player Admin Guide, including Enterprise enablement feature:
thanks. will take a look.