I installed an AUSST server in my company, so I generated an overrides file to put it in the intended location (% SYSTEMDRIVE% \ ProgramData \ Adobe \ AAMUpdater \ 1.0 \).
My question is, will the client directly search for updates on the AUSST server or is there still other manipulation to be done?
Thanks for your feedback
PS: Users already have Creative Cloud software installed on their PC and I would like not to uninstall them to reinstall them with a pack from AUSST.
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It depends on how you have created the package. You have to enable the option "redirect to internal Adobe update server". If the package which you have deployed does not have that option enabled then you have to create another blank managed package and install it on the machines. This article would help you with the location wherein you have to save the .override file and the option which needs to be enabled while creating the package: https://helpx.adobe.com/be_en/enterprise/using/setup-ausst.ug.html
Thank you for your quick response. However I was asking this question because I had a problem with the error code 113.
So I think this problem is not from my overrides file but from MIME types.
Problem solved, I had to remove the mime type "." on updates \ ACC \ services \ ffc