Updating adobe flash through proxy server
because it is quite difficult to manage and update t from central location.In this article we’ll get acquainted with the administrative templates (admx) of group policies, provided by Google, that allow to manage Chrome settings from central location and make it easier to deploy and use this browser in corporate networks.Recently I was asked to push out an upgraded version of the Flash PPAPI for use with Google Chrome, and quickly came up against the 1603 exit code issue that Nickolaj covers in an earlier post from 2013 (https://function Get MSIFile Information function Uninstall function Install # Get OS Architecture $OSArchitecture = (Get-Wmi Object -Query "Select OSArchitecture from Win32_Operating System").But none of them is operational on different reasons.The common idea of these solutions is to create a GPO, make changes to the specific registry branch and then specify the necessary parameters in Firefox configuration files using a Visual Basic script.Thus, the settings will contain all necessary parameters. ) to deploy Firefox with the preconfigured settings by means of adding some special files during the installation (or, for example, when a computer is connecting to the domain network).It is supposed, that Firefox is installed in the default folder: Then Firefox will be configured with the default settings and all necessary parameters will be locked. Please note that the article is a bit obsolete, but the main principles are still working.
With a focus on OS deployment through SCCM/MDT, group policies, active directory, virtualisation and office 365, Maurice has been a Windows Server MCSE since 2008 and was awarded Enterprise Mobility MVP in March 2017.
Earlier, it wasn’t too hard to manage Firefox settings in the corporate environment, since as any normal Windows application, all Firefox settings were stored in the registry.
You could find or write the necessary GPO administrative templates to make it easier for administrators.
OSArchitecture # Get Adobe Flash Full Product Name $Adobe MSI = Get-Child Item -Filter *| Sort-Object Last Write Time -Descending | select -First 1 $Adobe Product Name = ([string](Get MSIFile Information -Path $Adobe MSI. Trim() $Adobe Product Version = ([string](Get MSIFile Information -Path $Adobe MSI. Trim() # Attempt Uninstall Bit Installations = Get-Child Item -Path "HKLM: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Uninstall" | Get-Item Property | Where-Object if ((Bit Installations -ne $null) -and (Bit Installations.
Display Version -ne $Adobe Product Version)) if ($OSArchitecture -match "64") # List all Adobe Flash Installs $Flash Installations = Get-Child Item -Path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Classes\Installer\Products" | Get-Item Property | Where-Object # Remove Adobe Flash product entries from the Registry foreach ($Flash Installation in $Flash Installations) # Install Adobe Flash if ((Bit Installations -eq $null) -or (Bit Installations.