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updating shockwave-79

So you probably came into work on Monday and tried to use the web client to connect to your v Sphere environment and saw this: Oh no! Just navigate to %USERPROFILE%\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Pepper Flash in Windows and you should see a folder called – this is the new Flash distribution. Fortunately I was chatting to /u/Icarusfixius in Discord and we were lamenting over the issue. Systems Engineer by profession and am interested in all aspects of technology.

Turns out, Google Chrome had an update over the weekend that patched some stuff but they also somehow managed to update their embedded flash to a newer version than even Adobe Flash offers. Thanks to Reddit user /u/the Velement for posting the (hopefully temporary) fix. bash Cloud datacenter Dell Dell R710 DSM ESXi ESXi 6.0 Free NAS Homelab Intel Log Insight Log Insight 4 LSI NAS Networking pfsense Power Connect Power Edge RAID Red Hat Replication SAN Server Shell Shock SSD storage Synology syslog Technical Preview TS140 ubuntu v Center 6.5 VCSA VCSA 6.5 vmotion vmware v Realize VRTX vsphere v Sphere 6 v Sphere 6.5 Windows 10 Windows Server ZFS I am a Sr.

- It looks like you can also simply replace the new pepperflash DLL with an older version and placing it within the folder (in case Chrome tries to update it).

If you are looking for a working Windows DLL, it looks like one has been posted on one of the Chrome Issues thread here.

I just verified on my mac OS system that I can now logon to a v Sphere Web (Flex) Client without issues.

- Adobe just published a new Flash update which looks to resolve the original issue.This site covers the Director learning process for beginners to advanced users.Adobe announced (Jan 2017) that they will no longer be selling Director and support of Shockwave will be limited (The Future of Adobe Contribute, Director and Shockwave).Like most, Chrome is my default browser and it was annoying that I had to switch to another browser but that was the only way I could access the content I needed.Earlier this evening, I was looking at the VMware Reddit Channel and noticed a thread had popped up regarding this exact issue and it looks like more and more folks are now noticing.On my mac OS system, I was lucky that it still contained the previous version and once I copied the Pepper Flash Player.plugin to directory and restarted Flash, I was able to login to the v Sphere Web Client.