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Third-party patch pop-ups and updates summary

The table below lists the third party patches that involve pop-ups on the user's system. Pop-ups during an installation require user intervention to complete the installation process. This table displays what patches have pop-ups and if MSP N-central can disable the pop-up, side-stepping the user interaction, to complete the installation.

Vendor Application Name Description Localization Disables pop-ups Prevents internet updates
Adobe Adobe Acrobat X   None    
Adobe Adobe Acrobat XI   None    
Adobe Adobe Reader MUI   None N/A, in-app notifications are stopped Yes
Adobe Adobe Reader   EN,FI,NL,SV,DE Yes Yes
Adobe AdobeAIR Disables in-app updater through the registry. None N/A, in-app notifications are stopped Yes
Adobe Flash ActiveX   None Yes Yes
Adobe FlashPlugin   None Yes Yes
Adobe Shockwave Disables in-app updater through the registry. None Yes Yes
Apple iTunes None N/A, in-app notifications are stopped Yes
Apple QuickTime   None    
Apple Safari   None    
Foxit Foxit Enterprise Reader   EN    
Google Chrome Turns off Google Updater application. None N/A, the auto- update is silent Yes
Google GoogleEarth None Yes Yes
Mozilla Firefox   EN,FI,NL,SV    
Mozilla Firefox ESR Extended Support Release for use by schools, universities, businesses, and others for mass deployments support. EN (US) N/A N/A
Mozilla SeaMonkey   EN    
Mozilla Thunderbird   EN    
Notepad++ Notepad++   None    
Opera Opera   None    
Opera Opera Chromium   None    
Skype Skype   None    
Sun Java_6_32 Turns off the entire java update mechanism through the registry. None Yes Yes
Sun Java_6_64 None Yes Yes
Sun Java 7 None Yes Yes
Sun Java 8 None Yes Yes
VLC VLCMediaPlayer   None    
WinRAR WinRAR   None    
WinZip WinZip Disables in-app updater through the registry. EN,ES,DE,NL N/A, in-app notifications are stopped Yes