If not, please follow the directions on the Uninstall Flash Player for Mac OS: you do not see the latest version of Flash (in red) on the Uninstall page, or you receive an error message, you need to update your Flash player.
Upon a successful logon, it would immediately crash with "Shockwave Flash has crashed" message.
I had seen this message plenty of times in the past and usually restarting Chrome would resolve the problem but this time it looked to be persistent even after a system reboot.
- Adobe just published a new Flash update 18.104.22.168 which looks to resolve the original issue.
I have successfully verified this on both a mac OS and Windows system.
To resolve this problem, please try the following troubleshooting steps.
When you do the above it will ask you to update Flash player.For help reinstalling Smilebox, please see our article: How do I install Smilebox on my Mac?On Saturday, I started to notice that logins to the v Sphere Web (Flex) Client stopped working with Google Chrome.Earlier this evening, I was looking at the VMware Reddit Channel and noticed a thread had popped up regarding this exact issue and it looks like more and more folks are now noticing.I had quickly glanced through the thread and thought there was not any new info, but then I saw an interesting comment from Reddit user the Velement who apparently found a nice workaround that would allow you to use latest version of Chrome with the v Sphere Web Client.- For those wanting to disable the auto-update feature of Chrome, you can do so by changing the following HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Update\Auto Update Check Period Minutes to 0. - Adobe has just published a new beta build of Flash which includes both the security fix as well as the fix resolving the v Sphere Web Client as well as other VMware-based products that rely on Flash (e.g. Depending on the platform, you may need to un-install the previous version of Flash and make sure you restart your browser.