I currently use SCCM to distribute all our software to the end users. This includes the Current Adobe Acrobat XI Std and Pro versions. We just converted them over to Acrobat Pro DC and Acrobat Standard DC and want to use SCCM to fulfill my installations. I have downloaded the Creative Cloud Packager but that does not seem to allow me to create a package for Pro and a separate one for Standard. Am I able to download a standalone MSI file that I can then configure to create our own MST file and then deploy through SCCM out to the users. We do not allow users to install apps, so being able to utilize SCCM resolves that issue, and allow us to manage how the software is deployed.
Any assistance with this would be appreciated. Using SCCM 2012 R2.
Acrobat Standard DC is NOT a part of the Creative Cloud and no, the Creative Cloud Packager only packages Acrobat Pro DC. You can use the Adobe Customization Wizard to customize both Acrobat Pro DC and Acrobat Standard DC, if you want to make specific configuration settings. There is an setup.exe in both individual packages that can be used for SCCM deployment.
Thank you for that information. I have the Adobe Customization tool, and yesterday I was able to find the Acrobat Pro msi file and download it. The same page also displayed the download for Acrobat Standard Download Adobe Acrobat DC (Continuous) for Enterprise or VIP licenses but it downloads the same file (Pro). Is there another location I should be using to be able to download the files so I can create the packages.
Acrobat Pro DC and Acrobat Standard DC use the same installer. The product that you install is determined by the provisioning via the Admin Console or via a serial number.
Where did you find the Acrobat Pro msi file?
Doesn't the link work for you?
Yes, I can go to the link, download the zip file, extract everything...but I don't see an msi file. I need an msi file so I can deploy it via our support tool. Not seeing an msi file. If I need to use another program to convert, any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
I do see an AcroPro.msi. Is that what I need? I have never used that one before?