If installing CS3 out of the box it installs Adobe Flash Player 9 Active X (AdobeFlashPlayer9_axDbg_mul.msi) and Adobe Flash Player 9 Plugin (AdobeFlashPlayer9_plDbg_mul.msi) if doing this the present version of Flash Player (9.0.28.0) with the files flash.ocx and flash9b.ocx are being removed, and our corporate screensaver cannot find its needed component, as we have plans of upgrading Flash and our Screensaver AFTER CS3, I want to disable the Flash installation in CS3.

So how do I disable the flash player installation properly in the CS3 installation?
maybe to remove the following from the file AdobeDesignSuiteStandarden_US_Volume.proxy.xml?
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</ProductInfo>
<ProductInfo>
<Family>NonAdobePayload</Family>
<ProductName>Adobe Flash Player 9 ActiveX</ProductName>

</ProductInfo>
<ProductInfo>
<Family>NonAdobePayload</Family>
<ProductName>Adobe Flash Player 9 Plugin</ProductName>

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And what effect will this have in the CS3 Suite?

/fetgor
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Hows the installation CS3 triggering the installation of trhe other 2 msi's?. Are they nested?
Answered 08/08/2007 by: TOBES_UK
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I guess the setup.exe reads in the file AdobeDesignSuiteStandarden_US_Volume.proxy.xml what to install and then finds the reference in the setup.xml file located in the Payloadsfolder?

If doing this the Flash Player are not being installed.
Answered 08/08/2007 by: fetgor
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I'd love to see what you guys discover on this one. I just went through some serious pains to create an installation script for the new flash player 9.0.47.0 which goes through and wipes any and all prior versions. We have to deply it due to the security vulnerability recently announced and it turns out that the CS3 installs for hte most part are loading the 9.0.45 version. I'll be more than happy to go back into those installs and strip out the flash player if there's an easy way.
Answered 08/09/2007 by: Chipster
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I´ve now verified that the solution I´ve posted does not install the FlashPlayer if installing CS3.
Good luck all folks!
Answered 08/09/2007 by: fetgor
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