Adobe are removing support for SWF files starting from 31st December 2020 and they are blocking content from running in their stand-alone Flash Player app from 12th January 2021. Adobe are currently encouraging you to uninstall the Flash Player from your PC and all the web browser companies will soon be removing the Flash plug-in from their products.
For these reasons any SWF files that you have embedded on your RightBooth event screens will no longer play if the Flash Player is removed from your PC.
My understanding is that if Microsoft had previously (and automatically) installed the Flash Player on your PC it will also be automatically uninstalled by Microsoft in a future Windows update, probably during or shortly after December 2020.
However if you had independently installed the Flash Player on your PC then it should remain installed after December (unless you manually uninstall it).
If you rely on SWF files in your events and you can manage to keep the Adobe Flash Player installed on your PC then you may find that SWF files continue to play in RightBooth after these dates, but this statement is not guaranteed and can only be verified after 12th January 2021.
Therefore you should now plan to move away from using SWF files in your RightBooth events and use embedded video files instead. Also with interactive SWF games, our advice is to start using HTML5 games in your event designs instead, as these continue to be fully supported via the RightBooth Web browser item.
I can only apologise if this causes you some inconvenience but the decision to 'kill' the SWF file format has been made and its days are over.