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Uninstaller for Adobe Flash Player products

With the end-of-life of Adobe Flash Player coming up soon, it would be very useful to have a 'patch' that will uninstall any installed Flash Player plugins.

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  • Nov 3 2020
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    Andrew Jimenez commented
    18 Mar 10:00pm

    Hello, this is sort of a known issue. The IE version technically should not be installed on any systems with Windows 10 or above, so the uninstaller fails to remove the product because it has a blocker that stops it from running if running on Windows 10.

  • Jørn-Morten Innselset commented
    18 Mar 09:34pm

    The uninstaller appears to successfully remove "Adobe Flash Player (Non-IE) 15.0", but leaves its ugly cousin "Adobe Flash Player (IE) 15.0" behind. Known issue?

  • Pawel Jarosz commented
    24 Sep, 2021 05:42am

    Thank you! Yesterday evening I did the orher way round because I've already noticed that with "install" it does not work. Waiting for Intune to notice that my PC is in the scope.

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    Cody Mathis commented
    24 Sep, 2021 04:12am


    This should be deployed as an 'Uninstall' in ConfigMgr, or Intune.

  • Pawel Jarosz commented
    23 Sep, 2021 01:23pm

    I've just published it as "install" in Intune, waiting for my computer to pick it up and act (installed some flash player for testing). Has somene already done it?

  • Aleksander Wroński commented
    26 Aug, 2021 01:25pm

    How it should be deployed as mandatoru uninstall or install via intune?

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    3 Mar, 2021 02:58pm

    No update for this on the Intune side, it should be pretty easy to package the uninstaller as a workaround for now.

  • Mathew Sonnet commented
    2 Mar, 2021 02:41pm

    Is there any update on the package for this?

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    Andrew Jimenez commented
    19 Jan, 2021 03:14pm

    We ran into some technical issues when trying to create the uninstaller for Intune and ConfigMgr, we will need to make some changes internally in order to support this scenario for Intune and ConfigMgr. I do not have a timeline on those changes yet.

  • Marina Jekova commented
    18 Jan, 2021 09:34am

    Do you plan to release it for Intune?

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    Andrew Jimenez commented
    14 Jan, 2021 03:33pm

    It should not require reboot, unless Flash is running somewhere. We do have it set to kill the major browsers if they are running and the right-click option is set to kill processes.

  • Robert Flores commented
    13 Jan, 2021 09:50pm

    awesome! Does it require reboot?

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    Andrew Jimenez commented
    13 Jan, 2021 03:38pm

    We should have this product available today as an Update (1/13/2021)

  • Neil Bottger commented
    12 Jan, 2021 05:36pm
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    Justin Chalfant commented
    12 Jan, 2021 05:02pm

    We are looking at getting this out this week!

  • Robert Flores commented
    8 Jan, 2021 10:36pm

    Count me in!

  • Therese Reyes commented
    7 Jan, 2021 07:53pm

    Do we have any updates on this product? TIA!
    Here is the link for the uninstall but there is a side note for browsers.

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