However, this won’t help if you still want to play older Flash content. Sites that don’t update and old media that can’t be transferred are forgotten without being able to use them. While there is no Flash player in Chrome anymore, here are some ways to play Flash files in 2020 and beyond.
Enable Adobe Flash on Chrome after End of Life
As most of you know (or not), Adobe Flash has reached the end of its life on December 31, 2020, and as of January 12, 2021, it’s not working at all!
As Adobe no longer supports Flash, as of January 12, 2021, it blocks and disables all Flash content from web browsers, including Chrome.
For IT professionals, this causes major problems when managing, maintaining, or dealing with legacy systems that use Adobe Flash, such as older versions of VMware vSphere, vCenter / vCSA, and VMware Horizon. This is because the admin interfaces use Adobe Flash. This also applies to other software and systems.
Until now, approaching the end of its useful life, special steps were required to enable Adobe Flash for security reasons.
As of January 12, 2021, these steps no longer work. Even if you select “Allow” flash, Adobe will intentionally block it. You will see something similar to the following.
Logo disabled by Adobe Flash
When I open Virtual Centers 6.5 website I get login but when I login I get “download failed” message I tried on 4 different Virtual Center servers with some version 6.5