Forum Thread: problems removing end of life adobe flash player 9.x (active X)

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LM Spera problems removing end of life adobe flash player 9.x (active X)
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it is in an old backup file that i cannot delete because it keeps saying acess denied..arrrrgggh!

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Maurice Joyce RE: problems removing end of life adobe flash player 9.x (active X)
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If it is definitely in a back up folder it is harmless. Just create an ignore rule.

PROGRAMME EXCLUSION RULE

Open PSI>Scan results>expand any programme by clicking the "+" to the left of the programme entry.

This will reveal DETECTED INSTANCES and below it two Yellow Folders. Click the folder with the RED dot which will create an Ignore Rule for that item.


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LMSpera RE: problems removing end of life adobe flash player 9.x (active X)
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thanks! this did the trick..it wasnt really causing an issue but was annoying as all get out. appreciate your quick response!

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Maurice Joyce RE: problems removing end of life adobe flash player 9.x (active X)
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