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Re: Implementing the Domain-level Allow List for Adobe Flash

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Jan 13, 2021 Jan 13, 2021

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I understand there is a domain-level allow list that can be used that will allow Adobe Flash to continue working after Jan 12, 2021.  Where is that allow list, how is it implemented, and what browsers does it enable to display Flash content?

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Jeromie,

I have checked at these links, but even in the flash player admin guide, I don't see any setting that clearly refers to a domain-level allow list that overrides the Flash EOL.  Could you please let me know which one you believe is for that purpose?  Thank you.

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Jan 15, 2021 Jan 15, 2021

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You should read the Enterprise Enablement section again.  See EnableAllowList and AllowListURLPattern, but actually read the whole section to understand how it fits together.

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