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How do I manage the upgrade to Connect 10?

You have likely already received a notification that your account will be upgraded to Adobe Connect 10 in the coming weeks and you also probably started worry at the thought of huge interface changes to the HTML Client for Connect for yourself and your participants? If you choose, there will be absolutely no changes to […]

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fig 3 enabe client by room
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fig 8 blue names
fig 9 overview of interface
fig 10 chat
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fig 12 start private chat
fig 13 private conversation
fig 14 full-screen
fig 15 fit
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fig 17 rooom full-screen
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fig 19 q&a
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fig 29 moderated Q&A
fig 29 moderated Q&A
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Adobe Connect HTML5 client, Best Practices & Using the Beta Version

IMPORTANT– It is significantly easier and faster to actually use the HTML5 client for Adobe Connect than it is to document all of the features.  The best way to experience the new HTML5 client is to actually *experience* the new HTML5 client for yourself. This post is very detailed and intended to be a reference […]

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fig 9 home recordings
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fig 12 edit participants
fig 13 manage enr
fig 14 part management
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fig 17 def by host
fig 18 users and groups
fig 19 user permissions
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Finding your way around the HTML5 interface in Connect 9.8.1

With the end-of-life for Flash Player announced as the end of 2020, the Adobe Connect team has been gradually replacing the web interface for Adobe Connect with HTML5 components (this is not referring the HTML5 room client, that is a separate discussion). This new HTML5 interface is being phased across the Connect Central management site […]

What approach is Adobe Connect taking to the End-of-Life Announcement for Flash Player in late 2020?

Adobe announced the End-of-Life (EOL) for Flash Player at the end of 2020 (some 3 1/2 years from the date of this announcement/post). Below are some of the resources and posts related to Flash Player and Adobe Connect.  I will continue to update this post as new information is available. Ian Justin Op-Ed on the […]

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Troubleshoot joining a Connect Room using the Chrome Browser

This post is intended to help meeting hosts and account administrators to give appropriate instructions to attendees on how to join the Connect Room successfully using Flash Player (‘FP’).  This post is driven by the changes in browsers that disable FP by default. Remember that the note you would send to attendees is far less […]

July 14th 2015 – Information on the Security of Flash Player

Public communications regarding security updates for Acrobat and Reader, Shockwave Player and Flash Player:  APSB15-18: Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player APSB15-17: Security update available for Adobe Shockwave Player APSB15-15: Security updates available for Adobe Acrobat and Reader Associated Communications: PSIRT Blog: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/?p=1247 Tweets: https://twitter.com/AdobeSecurity/status/620965382388518912 https://twitter.com/AdobeSecurity/status/620962325646852096 https://twitter.com/AdobeSecurity/status/620963079644295168 https://twitter.com/AdobeSecurity/status/620962780145823744