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Adobe offers public preview of Flash killer
01 August 11 09:57 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  To appease someone out there (probably Apple) Adobe is developing tools to work with a new Internet standard, HTML5 .  The new product is called...
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Adobe Acrobat Enterprise handy link
12 April 11 02:06 PM | rodtrent | with no comments
Announced in this video , Adobe has developed a special link for quickly locating Adobe deployment information: http://www.adobe.com/go/acrobatitinfo
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Printing problems after applying the Acrobat 9.4.2 update? There’s a fix
28 February 11 02:08 PM | rodtrent | with no comments
After updating to Acrobat 9.4.2, one of the following occurs when you print to a printer from Acrobat: Error: "Before you can perform print-related...
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Our First SCUP Catalog for Acrobat and Reader X is Here « Acrobat Blog
11 February 11 08:30 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  One of the important improvements in Acrobat X and Reader X is that it’s easier to manage updates through support for Microsoft’s System Center...
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Flash Player 9 no longer supported–February 8th was the end
10 February 11 07:42 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  As of February 8, 2011 Flash Player 9 is no longer supported. Adobe will no longer provide security updates for Flash Player 9 and recommends that...
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Adobe keeps promise made at MMS 2010–SCUP catalogs available
09 February 11 08:50 PM | rodtrent | with no comments
  One of the important improvements in Acrobat and Reader X is that it’s easier to manage updates through support for Microsoft’s System Center Updates...
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SCCM and SCUP Catalog Deployments for Acrobat and Reader X – IT Matters
30 November 10 08:36 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  No more headaches over updating and patching Adobe Acrobat or Reader. With the release of Acrobat and Reader X, managing updates and patches is...
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New SCUP Catalog - Adobe Flash Player -
21 September 10 09:14 PM | rodtrent | with no comments
  I happy to share with everyone that the Adobe Flash Player team has just released a new SCUP catalog.  The catalog contains the newest update...
Use EMET 2.0 to block Adobe Reader and Acrobat 0-day exploit
13 September 10 10:06 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  As you probably know there is a new exploit in the wild for Adobe Reader and Acrobat. This particular exploit is using the Return Oriented Programming...
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Adobe now only offers fully patched versions of Reader for download - The H Security: News and Features
15 July 10 11:57 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  As previously announced at the end of last month, Adobe is now only offering fully patched versions of its Reader product from the company's...
Adobe considers shorter update cycles - The H Security: News and Features
27 May 10 11:37 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
  According to Brad Arkin, Adobe's Director of Product Security and Privacy, the company is currently considering reducing the interval between...
Flash Player Catalog for Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 R2
04 May 09 07:26 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
If you are using Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 R2, you can import the Adobe Flash Player Catalog with the Inventory Tool for Custom Updates...
Maker of unsecure software working towards top spot once again…
17 November 08 06:05 PM | rodtrent | with no comments
That’s right.  Adobe AIR is vulnerable.  Can we just hand Adobe a lifetime achievement award and get it over with? http://blogs.zdnet.com/security...
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Distributing AIR in the enterprise using SMS 2003 and ConfigMgr 2007
12 November 08 08:07 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/articles/distributing_air_in_enterprise.html
Assaulted by Adobe
28 October 08 06:26 AM | rodtrent | with no comments
On boot-up this morning  (before any other app had a chance to load, mind you), I was confronted with the following Adobe Flash message: Stop taking...
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