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|Affected OS Type
|Affected Software Product
|Affected Release Number
Field Network Director for Bare Metal Installation
4.1.0, 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3
FND for both, Bare Metal and Virtual Machine is affected
FND 2.X is affected
FND 3.X is affected
FND 4.0, 4.1.0, 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3 is affected
|End of life for Flash Player affects FND
On 2020-12-31, Adobe Systems will officially no longer distribute and update Adobe Flash. This announcement affects customers who use Cisco's Field Network Director (FND) Release 4.1 and earlier. Refer to the Affected Release Number and Comments in the Products Affected section for specific product information.
Adobe Systems announced that it will no longer officially distribute or update Adobe Flash after 2020-12-31. Mozilla has already discontinued support for Adobe Flash while Internet Explorer and Chrome will stop Adobe Flash on 2020-12-31.
See the End-Of-Life (EoL) Announcement from Adobe for more information.
This announcement affects limited releases of Cisco's FND. See the Affected Release Numbers and Comments in the Products Affected section.
Cisco FND Release 4.2 and later do NOT use Adobe flash and are NOT impacted by this field notice.
Cisco's FND releases, as listed in the Affected Release Numbers and Comments in the Products Affected section, that require Adobe Flash for displays such as charts and device statistics will NOT be visible after the Flash EOL date.
There is no workaround.
Since Cisco FND Release 4.2 and 4.3 are End-of-Sale (EoS), customers are advised to upgrade to Cisco FND Release 4.4 or later.
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