You will probably be asked to confirm the action using Administrator account.At last Adobe have come to the party and released Adobe Flash 11 that comes as 32-Bit and the long awaited 64-Bit versions.In light of this I have a stable and efficient method of managing Adobe Flash without modifying the MSI or using a Transforms file.I have not bothered to modify the current MSI but I suspect it will break it just like most of the previous versions.What I do is actually copy a file (that I have copied over to the GPO location eg.
Refer to the following article on how to How to deploy software via Group Policy and apply the below notes to the instructions: Although you cant change the MSI package to globally manage and configure (including prevention of Automatic Updates) you can use another method that Adobe have provided.
It is not to be installed on 64-Bit versions of Windows.
Flash will be installed in the following directories: %systemroot%\System32\Macromed\Flash – 32-Bit version of Flash The 64-Bit install is for 64-Bit (x64) operating versions of Windows (that’s 64-Bit versions of Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008).
Even if for some reason its copying files when Flash is not installed for that version I cant see the 1kb file hurting to just sit there.
Here are the specific details: Flash Uninstall Utility download: 32-Bit – – Deploy Package Deployment info