I've got shockwave 10 installing via a login script. The problem is the stupid license agreement thing. My users do not have any internet access from their workstations (they don't need it). In order to "agree" to the registration portion of shockwave 10 you need to have internet access. Has anyone found a way around this monkey business?

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I had simillar issues with the Flash Player. I found that they have an enterprise redistributable that you can donwload. I have not deployed the shockwave player, but if it is the same as the flash player (i presume it is) then it will be a small msi installer that you can apply a transform to. In the transformm, you can agree to the license and registration options.
Answered 06/14/2004 by: cdupuis
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See the following page for licensing the redistributable:
http://www.macromedia.com/support/shockwave/info/licensing/
Answered 06/15/2004 by: meastaugh1
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But isn't the redistributable version Shockwave 8.5? I'm trying to deploy version 10 out to my users.
Answered 06/15/2004 by: wolf2989
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The version in the MSi says 8.5 but the IE plugin object says 7.0. I think this might just be version 8.5 of the MSI redistributable. It should play everything.
Answered 06/15/2004 by: cdupuis
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