Machine Specific Settings(For every user) : The file is a configuration file.
In case you didn’t know, Adobe Update Manager starts itself automatically on system launch and takes over your Mac while it sorts out whatever it does that I don’t want it to do, it’s the very definition of annoying. Admin.plist in your ~/Library/Preferences/ which can be done in two different ways, through the Terminal with a defaults write command, or by manually creating the file with a text editor.Browse to following User specific location and check if file is available : "C:\Users\[User_Name]\App Data\Roaming\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys\" To cross check this settings, login into another user account and copy the file the location pertaining to the current user. In the section titled "Administrator configuration of auto-update notification and background update process" the following note appears: Note: Settings in override the users settings and users cannot change it through Settings Manager. "mms.cfg" is a machine specific setting whereas "settings.sol" is user specific setting.Settings Manager, as viewed by the user, doesn't reflect configuration settings set by I will surely will take care of this thing next time around. Don’t launch some program right after boot and have it take over my Mac! I've been sort of struggling with Adobe Air and Ubuntu for some time now related to constant updates.
One of my biggest peeves of this app gluttony is the independently launched Adobe Update Manager, it rears its annoying head often on System boot and there is no obvious way to disable it through the preferences.