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Please correct the AIR Administrator's Guide

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Sep 24, 2015

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The Adobe AIR Administrator's Guide at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/air/admin/WS485a42d56cd1964167ea49bd124ef17d52a-7ff5.html suggests sending an email to  DL-license-air-enterprise@adobe.com to be notified when Adobe provides GPO installation support.

This appears to be a mailing list with restricted membership, as any email sent there bounces. This causes endless frustration for people who are simply looking for information.

A post from 2011: GPO deployment  suggests using a site (ideas.adobe.com) that no longer exists.

Please correct the guide to remove the suggestion to email the list, then either

  1. Tell users to watch this community for any future notification of support, or
  2. Just remove any suggestion that GPO support might be forthcoming.

I'm guessing #1 is probably the best option. It would be even better if you let people know there is an unsupported workaround.

Thanks

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Please correct the AIR Administrator's Guide

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Sep 24, 2015

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The Adobe AIR Administrator's Guide at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/air/admin/WS485a42d56cd1964167ea49bd124ef17d52a-7ff5.html suggests sending an email to  DL-license-air-enterprise@adobe.com to be notified when Adobe provides GPO installation support.

This appears to be a mailing list with restricted membership, as any email sent there bounces. This causes endless frustration for people who are simply looking for information.

A post from 2011: GPO deployment  suggests using a site (ideas.adobe.com) that no longer exists.

Please correct the guide to remove the suggestion to email the list, then either

  1. Tell users to watch this community for any future notification of support, or
  2. Just remove any suggestion that GPO support might be forthcoming.

I'm guessing #1 is probably the best option. It would be even better if you let people know there is an unsupported workaround.

Thanks

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