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Hello Mr. Samson
Great guide, very simple and informative!
I’ve been using SCCM 2012 for a couple of year now, and most of my time has been spend on pesky Java and Flash deployments.
However, when I follow your guide autoupdates are still not being disabled.
I use the following command:
msiexec /i “install_flash_player_11_active_x.msi” /qn /t disableautoupdate.mst
This installs Flash but still has auto updates enabled. I’ve tried re-creating the .mst file with the same results.
Did you ever run into this issue?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. 🙂
All right I got it solved.
I used this command instead and then it worked like a charm:
msiexec /i “install_flash_player_11_active_x.msi” /qn TRANSFORMS=”disableautoupdate.mst”
Thanks Again! 🙂
I haven’t seen that issue, but I know there’s more than one way to specify a transform file. Glad you figured it out and posted back so others can see it in case they experience the same.
I’ve only been using SCCM for about a month and became very frustrated with the deployment options for Flash I didn’t see anyone deploying it this way and thought it wa the simplest and smoothest option so I wrote the blog post about it. Glad It’s helped at least one person so far!
I have not used Orca before. What setting did you change in the transform file to disable autoupdates?
Well its helped atleast two now! I just started using SCCM last week, so this was a great help. Will let you know if I have any trouble. I am using Martin’s installation commands as those are the same commands Adobe recommends for Adobe Reader transform files.
Thanks for posting this. I finally have SCCM updating Java and Adobe Reader/Flash so people don’t ask me daily for updates.
Using the command line in the post worked for applying the transform file.
msiexec /i “install_flash_player_13_active_x.msi” /q /t flashtransform.mst
This did not work:
msiexec /i “install_flash_player_13_active_x.msi” /q TRANSFORMS=”flashtransform.mst”
Good stuff… Keep’m coming!!!
Thanks for the post! I used your guide to deploy Flash 188.8.131.52 in our enviorment and looks highly successful. I also appreciate the little tid-bit at the end about failures. This is good, relevant information.
Helpful post. Used it to test Flash 18 and worked as follows
msiexec /i “install_flash_player_18_active_x.msi” /qn /t TRANSFORMS=flashtransform.mst
I have about 300 computers who are failing and the trick about the installer registry keys seems to fix it. Is there any way to automate this registry cleanup so I dont have to touch 300 computers?
Does the deployed application automatically remove a previous version? If not, has anyone implemented that part?
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