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Can Acrobat Pro DC be updated by our Internal Adobe Update Server?

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Sep 14, 2016

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We have an Internal Adobe update server configured for Create Cloud applications.  We've now purchased an enterprise license for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, and would like to configure to auto update via our server.

The answer is "Yes" , but you need to update your AUSST setup.  Read the blog excerpt below:

Creative Cloud Package 1.9.5 is live – Redesigned installer technology plus much more

[Excerpt]

AUSST 4.0

It is great to be able to release a few new features for AUSST our beloved tool for hosting an internal update server.

  • Added support for application binaries.

As I mentioned above updates now have a dual purpose and so we have leveraged this to also allow AUSST to support application binaries. In the context of a workflow, if your end users are using the Creative Cloud desktop application for self service then when they go to install let’s say the latest version of Photoshop and you have an internal server then the application will actually install via your internal server versus going out to Adobe every time to download the application bits. We have plans to allow more granularity with AUSST so you can specify just the application you want to sync versus all applications so look out for this soon.

  • Support for Acrobat DC updates (Windows only)

This has been a feature requested for quite some time so we are delighted that AUSST now allows you to host updates for both Creative Cloud and Acrobat. We are working hard to add support for Mac updates so expect this is the not too distant future.

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Can Acrobat Pro DC be updated by our Internal Adobe Update Server?

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We have an Internal Adobe update server configured for Create Cloud applications.  We've now purchased an enterprise license for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, and would like to configure to auto update via our server.

The answer is "Yes" , but you need to update your AUSST setup.  Read the blog excerpt below:

Creative Cloud Package 1.9.5 is live – Redesigned installer technology plus much more

[Excerpt]

AUSST 4.0

It is great to be able to release a few new features for AUSST our beloved tool for hosting an internal update server.

  • Added support for application binaries.

As I mentioned above updates now have a dual purpose and so we have leveraged this to also allow AUSST to support application binaries. In the context of a workflow, if your end users are using the Creative Cloud desktop application for self service then when they go to install let’s say the latest version of Photoshop and you have an internal server then the application will actually install via your internal server versus going out to Adobe every time to download the application bits. We have plans to allow more granularity with AUSST so you can specify just the application you want to sync versus all applications so look out for this soon.

  • Support for Acrobat DC updates (Windows only)

This has been a feature requested for quite some time so we are delighted that AUSST now allows you to host updates for both Creative Cloud and Acrobat. We are working hard to add support for Mac updates so expect this is the not too distant future.

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The answer is "Yes" , but you need to update your AUSST setup.  Read the blog excerpt below:

Creative Cloud Package 1.9.5 is live – Redesigned installer technology plus much more

[Excerpt]

AUSST 4.0

It is great to be able to release a few new features for AUSST our beloved tool for hosting an internal update server.

  • Added support for application binaries.

As I mentioned above updates now have a dual purpose and so we have leveraged this to also allow AUSST to support application binaries. In the context of a workflow, if your end users are using the Creative Cloud desktop application for self service then when they go to install let’s say the latest version of Photoshop and you have an internal server then the application will actually install via your internal server versus going out to Adobe every time to download the application bits. We have plans to allow more granularity with AUSST so you can specify just the application you want to sync versus all applications so look out for this soon.

  • Support for Acrobat DC updates (Windows only)

This has been a feature requested for quite some time so we are delighted that AUSST now allows you to host updates for both Creative Cloud and Acrobat. We are working hard to add support for Mac updates so expect this is the not too distant future.

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