When using Adobe Flash across a local area network (LAN) and networked drives/folders, you may experience any of the following problems:
- Flash crashes while performing a test movie on FLA files located on a networked drive or folder.
- FLA files get corrupted when opening from or saving to networked drives or folder.
- Flash does not reflect changes in custom class after compiling.
- Flash, Flash Video Encoder, or Adobe Media Encodercrashes or corrupts Flash Video (FLV) files while encoding source located on networked drives or folder.
- Flash Video Encoder or Adobe Media Encoder crashes or corrupts FLV files where the output folder is a networked drive or folder.
- Published Flash Player (SWF) files and projectors are unable to load content located on networked drives or folder.
- More than one instance of a SWF or Projector on client machines cannot play back FLV files located on a networked drive or folder.