Adobe Applications can only be installed in the Admin account, however, once installed they can work with a standard account as long as the standard user has read and write permission over certain specific folders which tends to get modified and rewrite while you launch and use the program.
You may try the following workaround and see if this helps:
1. Go to Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Illustrator CC
2. Look for Adobe Illustrator.exe file
3. Right-click on it and go to properties
4. go to the compatibility tab
5. Uncheck the box which says "Run this program as administrator"
These steps don't require disabling UAC. Let me know if this helps.
the Box isn't checked at all.
Do you have another solution?
Thanks for sharing the details.
Can you confirm one more thing please if the package was Named User Self-service package? You need to create a Managed package with Adobe Illustrator and this should work.
Creating a package with a Managed Package option with elevated privileges turned on will allow the user to download and install the CC app even without local admin rights.
Hope this helps.
It would be best to contact our support teams directly to resolve this issue, as they can hop on a remote session and troubleshoot this further for you.
Go the following link and click on the chat icon on the bottom right corner to start a chat or Creative Cloud Admin can directly create a case through Admin console to get support: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise.html.
Hope this helps.
Sorry for the delay in response. Could you please share your Adobe ID, contact number and the best time to reach you with us on the following email address: ESMBSocialSupport?
I will escalate the issue for you. Thanks!
We figuerd out a solution, so its not needed anymore thanks