SRP and Flash Update 11.2.202.228

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SRP and Flash Update 11.2.202.228

Post by Reldel on 29/3/2012, 00:24

Anybody else see a problem with new version of flash locking up IE9 under SRP on Windows 7 Professional?

If I turn off SRP then flash and IE 9 work fine. With SRP on going to a page with Flash IE 9 never loads the page fully and IE must be stopped through task manager. I see this problem on 32 bit and 64 bit versions.

Windows 7 Home Premium does not have this problem with install.

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Re: SRP and Flash Update 11.2.202.228

Post by ssj100 on 29/3/2012, 13:38

You could try enabling advanced logging and see if SRP is blocking anything related to Flash or IE:
http://ssj100.fullsubject.com/t201-how-to-enable-advanced-logging-for-software-restriction-policies

Is it just with IE 9? How about with other browsers?

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Re: SRP and Flash Update 11.2.202.228

Post by Reldel on 29/3/2012, 15:52

I'll try advanced logging today when I get a chance. I created a system restore point before install of the flash update so I rolled back to the previous version which works fine.

I don't know if it happens with other browsers, I only use IE9.

I also posted on Wilders where others have seen the problem and I will post on Adobe site later. I'll update here as I go.

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Re: SRP and Flash Update 11.2.202.228

Post by Reldel on 30/3/2012, 01:15

Today I was given a workaround on Wilders to the Adobe flash problem with SRP. A similar problem happened with Adobe and SRP back in 2010.

Adding a hash rule to SRP, Add C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil11g_ActiveX.dll to SRP, using hash rule.

The above allows flash to run unrestricted, not best option but...

As noted by "safeguy", the rule must be re-added with each update of flash.

Hopefully Adobe will fix the problem.

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