Local storage setting is not persistent.

Hi all

I'm having a problem, try to increase the setting of local storage in my Flash Player. Given that I have installed the flash player local storage parameter is set to None. Whenever I have try to increase it, and then return to the settings panel there is reset to zero. I think it's a problem with my machine, is there something that could cause this problem? Permissions on a directory maybe? I have seen that local storage is stored in player %APPDATA%/Macromedia/Flash... but this directory does not exist for my user.

Thanks in advance,


Solved the problem, it was caused by the AppData registry setting on my machine doesn't point is not a valid path. The key can be found here "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders" even though I think you need to change here 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders' and when you log in the process explore will evaluate the settings of user Shell folders and move them across Shell Folders (so you have to maybe restart the process explore to make it work)

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