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This script can make silent installers & nLite/RVMi AddOns for Adobe Flash Player ActiveX, NPAPI and PPAPI Plugins.

 

Why using this script instead of an already made addon/SFX?

  • No need to wait after someone to create/update addon/SFX (and downloading it on file sharing website with annoying ads & captchas).
  • The script always download the latest version(s) available directly on Adobe servers.
  • You are sure there is no adware/spyware inside.

 

 
Usage

- Extract the content of the archive and run Flash_Maker.cmd

- The script will ask you which version(s) of Flash Player you want:

  • ActiveX is for Internet Explorer in Windows XP/Vista/7
  • NPAPI is for Firefox, Palemoon, and other browsers using Nestcape Plugin API.
  • PPAPI is for Chromium, Opera, and other browsers using Pepper Plugin API.

Internet Explorer in Windows 8/8.1/10 and Chrome have their own Flash Player Plugin embedded.

- Then it will download (in the download folder) the latest setup(s) from Adobe website and repack it (or them) into a silent installer (& AddOn) in the output folder.
 
 
 
Switches available:

  • -ai autoupdate disabled, autoupdate task deleted, autoupdate service uninstalled & deleted.
  • -ai1 autoupdate disabled
  • -ai2 autoupdate enabled
  •  If no switch is used, autoupdate is not configured (only check but ask for update, default behavior of Flash Player)

 
The silent installer can be used in any Windows version that is compatible with the originals setups.

If you also want to make an AddOn ( designed for RVMi & nLite ), you have to set a variable to 1 in the script (open it with Notepad).


 

MD5: 95ee24b2418f321a5113d12f51ccdc8e
Size: 1005 KB
Flash_Silent_Install_Maker_3.8.zip

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- Mine is only for Flash.
- There is no possibility to make an AiO (ActiveX+Plugin) for Flash with vmanda's (only for Flash+ Shockwave).
 - The SFX made with vmanda's maker have auto update disabled (however you can edit the config file).
Auto update can be good, especially for not tech-savvy users.

edit: Executing the sfx/addons made with my maker with the switch -ai is the equivalent of vmanda's.

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Version 1.1 of the maker:

 

Merged the regular and noAU versions (the maker will create 3 sfx instead of 6 before).

If you run the sfx with the switch -ai, the auto-update of Flash Player will be disabled (service deleted).

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Version 2.0 of the maker:

 

- Now you can choose between 3 batch files explicitly named.

- AddOns are created with date & versions number.

- You can still disable Auto Update with -ai switch,

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"Notify me" should be the default behavior. (installed without switch).

 

 

With the ai switch the service is completely uninstalled (for those who don't want to have a service running in the background).

AutoInstall="waitall:hidcon:cmd /c %WinDir%\\System32\\Macromed\\Flash\\FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe -setDisableAutoUpdate"AutoInstall="waitall:hidcon:cmd /c %WinDir%\\System32\\Macromed\\Flash\\FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe -deleteTask"AutoInstall="waitall:hidcon:cmd /c sc stop AdobeFlashPlayerUpdateSvc"AutoInstall="waitall:hidcon:cmd /c sc delete AdobeFlashPlayerUpdateSvc"AutoInstall="waitall:hidcon:cmd /c del /f /q %WinDir%\\System32\\Macromed\\Flash\\FlashPlayerUpdateService.exe"

Anyway, it is possible to finely configure Flash Player with a mms config file. See this.

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You're welcome.

 

Note that

RunProgram="waitall:Flash_a -install -force -au 0"RunProgram="waitall:Flash_p -install -force -au 0"

Should also enable automatic update.

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Version 2.5:

 

- Added new install options, ai1 & ai2

 

 

-ai autoupdate disabled, autoupdate task deleted, autoupdate service uninstalled & deleted.
-ai1 autoupdate disabled
-ai2 autoupdate enabled
If no switch is used, autoupdate is not configured (only check but ask for update, default behavior of Flash Player)

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