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Adding Shared Device Create Cloud Apps Post Create Cloud Package Install

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Sep 03, 2020 Sep 03, 2020

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We are deploying creative cloud to our Windows 10 x64 student labs using the cloud packager shared device model using Intune.

 

Intune has a max package size of 9GB - our full CreativeCloud suite is larger than that.

 

To bypass this restriction, we have deployed the CreativeCloud Shared Device package using Intune without apps. A site visit can then be made to each computer and all the apps can be added/installed using the CreativeCloud Desktop application GUI.

 

Our question is - how do we add licensed apps through command line for CreativeCloud Desktop? Is there a command line switch to add apps through the Remote Update Manager? We know you can create subgroups less than 9GB - we want to install the entire set.

 

Additonally, how do we update CreativeCloud Desktop? REALLY odd Remote Update Manager doesn't see the update that is available when you install a newly created cloud install package.

 

Thank you,

Shane

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Adobe Employee , Sep 04, 2020 Sep 04, 2020

Hi Shane,

Creative Cloud Desktop is distinct from the individual applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator etc. in that it has its own update mechanism, and updates itself automatically when the system is online. 

In terms of installing applications, there is not currently a method for initiating the installation from the command line, but I have added your organisation to the feature request as having requested this.

Please note that there is an option when creating packages to allow the user

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Hi Shane,

Creative Cloud Desktop is distinct from the individual applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator etc. in that it has its own update mechanism, and updates itself automatically when the system is online. 

In terms of installing applications, there is not currently a method for initiating the installation from the command line, but I have added your organisation to the feature request as having requested this.

Please note that there is an option when creating packages to allow the user to install applications themselves without needing administrative access; either create a self-service package, or select the option "Enable self-service install". Further details can be found in our documentation here: 
https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/admin-guide.html/enterprise/using/package-apps-admin-console.ug.h...

Dominic

 

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