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To change your settings, click the tabs to see different panels, and then click the options in the Settings Manager panels that you see on the web page.
The settings in the Settings Manager apply to all websites that contain SWF or FLV content, rather than just a specific website.
Local storage settings let you specify how much disk space, if any, applications from a particular website can use to store information on your computer.
Note that it is the person or company that has created the application you are using that is requesting such access, not Adobe (unless Adobe has created the application that wants to save the information).
The latter choice helps ensure that you only view or play content that meets the most recent standards of security, but it may sometimes prevent older SWF or FLV content from working properly.
When older content runs in a newer version of the player, and Flash Player needs you to make a decision about enforcing newer rules or not, you may see one of the following pop-up dialog boxes.
To specify storage settings for websites you haven't yet visited, use the Global Storage Settings panel.
To specify storage settings for websites you have already visited, use the Website Storage Settings panel.
It is the responsibility of the person or company requesting access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the information they save.