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Photoshop Remote Update (Full Build)

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Jan 13, 2020 Jan 13, 2020

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Guten Tag,

Ich bin ein Systemadministrator in einer Firma wir rund 50 Grafikrechner betreuen. Da unsere Firewall den Usern verhindert Änderungen an den Produkten

der Firewall vorzunehmen, suchen wir eine Möglichkeit um Photoshop von der Version 20.0.4 auf die Version 21.0.2 zu Updaten ohne uns manuell auf die Rechner

zu verbinden.

 

Wir verwenden ein Softwaredeploymenttool, welches wir zum verteilen unserer nSoftware verwenden.

Sobald wir dies aber tun sind 2 Versionen von Photoshop auf dem Client installiert. Das Updaten mit RUM wurde auch schon versucht,

dieser aber findet keine Updates für jegliche Programme außer für Adobe Acrobat.

 

Zusammenfassung:

- Firewall verhindert Änderungen an den Produkten der Cloud von Seiten  des Users.

- Updaten von Photoshop ohne RDP Verbindung oder sonstiges.

- Wenn Photoshop verteilt wird, soll nur die neuste Version auf dem Client installiert sein.

- Usereinstellungen (Pinsel, Profil etc.) sollen bei dem Update bestehen bleiben.

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Adobe Employee , Jan 14, 2020 Jan 14, 2020

Hello,

Greetings from Adobe.
Below are some points I like to mention:

1. If the users cannot upgrade the applications, then you have an option to create the Managed packages and install them on the end-user machines. Packages are based on the licenses you have in your agreement. Named user or Shared device.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/how-to/pkg-create.html
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/create-sdl-packages.html
2. You can use SCCM or any other deployment tools you use inhous

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Hello,

Greetings from Adobe.
Below are some points I like to mention:

1. If the users cannot upgrade the applications, then you have an option to create the Managed packages and install them on the end-user machines. Packages are based on the licenses you have in your agreement. Named user or Shared device.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/how-to/pkg-create.html
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/create-sdl-packages.html
2. You can use SCCM or any other deployment tools you use inhouse to install the packages on the machines. In the package, you can find exe and msi files for windows and pkg files for MAC.
https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/package/help/deploying-packages-sccm.html
3. Moving to version 21 from version 20 is not considered as an update, it will be an upgrade. RUM will only look for the updates for the installed version. For upgrades or moving to a different version, you will have to create a new package.
4. For migrating user settings to a new version, you may refer to the below article.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/photoshop/using/preset-migration.html

Hope this helps.

Thanks,
Nikhil Gupta

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