Adobe Flash Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation. Like many others, I am getting this error. However, the people who will be viewing the content do not have access to the internet, nor can they access the Control Panel (computers are locked down) to adjust their Flash Player Settings. How can I resolve this problem for them? Is there a way of saving the files at my end that would prevent this problem at their end? Any help would be appreciated. Lavern
If this is due to local swf files, I'd recommend taking a look at the "Glocal FlashPlayerTrust directory" section in our Flash Player Admin guide and Chapter 5: User-configured settings.
Thanks for the fast reply!
I looked. Unfortunately, the people viewing it have their laptops locked down, so cannot access the Internet, Control Panel or Flash Player Settings. So the suggestions there do not help. Anything that you suggest?
Is there anything I can do at the production end to help?
Thanks again for your response. It is a bit of an urgent situation, so I really do appreciate it.
If you have admin access to these systems, I would look into the Global FlashPlayerTrust directory. You should be able to set that up once, then have limited use users log in afterwards and still be able to access it.