AP & Windows XP SP2

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Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company

Microsoft recently released Windows XP SP2. This new service pack increases browser security in Internet Explorer. If you’re playing Flash content locally, such as an Articulate Presenter presentation that you’ve published to your own computer with version 4.103 or earlier, you’ll see a warning message about the content running locally, and you’ll have to click extra clicks in order to get the Flash to play.

Macromedia’s announcement.

Note that you will not see this warning when viewing Flash content on a Web server.

To ensure that you don’t see the warning when viewing content locally, please update to Articulate Presenter 4.104 or later. You can do so using the download link in your activation email.

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