The only issue is that this is only true if you install Flash via the GUI and there currently isnt an option for this when you want to silently install.
UPDATE: I actually just discovered that this can be done with the installer by using the command line argument "-install -au 2".
Starting with mac OS Sierra and Safari 10, Apple disabled Adobe Flash by default to focus on HTML 5, and Flash has never been available on Apple's i OS devices.
Google's Chrome browser has also been de-emphasizing Flash since the middle of last year.
The Flash plugin automatically updates itself by default.
If Adobe's test page says that Flash is outdated and you don't want to wait for the automatic update, you can update Flash manually by downloading and installing the latest version from Adobe.
The “Please install Flash Player Update (Recommended)” link may install on your computer potentially unwanted programs like: toolbars (Sweet-Page Toolbar, Awesome HP Toolbar), adware (Enhance Tronic, Feven 1.8, Coupon Buddy) or other forms of malware.
There are three different types of Flash Players: an Active X version for Internet Explorer, a Chrome version built into the browser and a plugin version for Firefox and some other browsers.
But as open standards like HTML5, Web GL and Web Assembly have matured over the past several years, most now provide many of the capabilities and functionalities that plugins pioneered and have become a viable alternative for content on the web.
Over time, we've seen helper apps evolve to become plugins, and more recently, have seen many of these plugin capabilities get incorporated into open web standards.
I found this info from a comment by Stephen Pohl here: remove Adobe's scheduled task, just go to 'Execute Deferred' and in the line 'Execute Installed Program Install ...
just add '-au 2' so the 'Command Line Arguments' line will be:-install -msi -au 2Thank you very much for reply Adilrathore.