virtualizing flash player , shock player and pdf embedding in Internet Explorer.

hi ol ,

i want to make my internet explorer capable of handling flash item and also be able to open pdf document.

i have little idea about it , guide me if i m doing it wrong .

i will first virtualize flash player then create a shortcut of IE.
then for PDF i will create another package i.e adobe reader bad i will create two shortcut one for reader and one for IE and i will make this ie capable of opening pdf file( i have to dig google out to see how to embedd them in ie).

then i will make use of dynamic suiting like making Adbe reader package to be depended on flash player package or vice versa and make a single shortcut of one IE i.e of adobe reader IE as it will be capable of executing flash and pdf files.

suggest me if i m doing fine or there is some other way..

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Posted by: dunnpy 11 years ago
Red Belt
This might help:


Posted by: rockstar 11 years ago
Yellow Belt
can i sequence the two plugins altogether .. like

during monitoring phase i install 1 st plugin i.e visio viewer and the another plugin i.e may be silverlight ..

then it will create a single link of INTERNET BROWSER.

i did the same but i m able to launch only one application plugin and not bot as i am getting error i.e 44-00001004 some conflict with pkg id or guid ..
Posted by: dunnpy 11 years ago
Red Belt
This Kb article describes the error you're getting:


Why would you want to sequence two unassociated apps together in that way? Sequence them seperately, so that upgrades etc can be managed effectively and then link them with DCS.

Hope this helps,

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