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Creative Cloud All App License - how to add Adobe Pro?

Explorer ,
Jun 14, 2016

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Got a couple of users with this, they currently have ID-PS & AI these are all together in one package.

Now they want Acrobat also - how?

Edit the package in CCP and add Acrobat Pro?

Let them install our single Acrobat CC app and the sign in will "deal with the license"?

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......and the answer is?

Just deploy your existing acrobat package and the licensing just works.

Yes no more editing packages - mad.

I can't make a new one as the new ccp crashes when you press "build".

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Creative Cloud All App License - how to add Adobe Pro?

Explorer ,
Jun 14, 2016

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Got a couple of users with this, they currently have ID-PS & AI these are all together in one package.

Now they want Acrobat also - how?

Edit the package in CCP and add Acrobat Pro?

Let them install our single Acrobat CC app and the sign in will "deal with the license"?

Ta

SW

......and the answer is?

Just deploy your existing acrobat package and the licensing just works.

Yes no more editing packages - mad.

I can't make a new one as the new ccp crashes when you press "build".

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Enthusiast ,
Jun 14, 2016

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Yes, that should be the best way, edit your package and add Acrobat, then reinstall

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 15, 2016

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It is no longer possible to edit a package with Creative Cloud Packager. You will need to create a new package containing Acrobat and deploy that. If they are in an All-Apps group then they will have entitlement to Acrobat Pro.

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Explorer ,
Jun 17, 2016

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......and the answer is?

Just deploy your existing acrobat package and the licensing just works.

Yes no more editing packages - mad.

I can't make a new one as the new ccp crashes when you press "build".

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 17, 2016

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Try this for your packager problem:

You can delete your cache in the packager by choosing Preferences from the menu in the top right corner and choosing 'click here to purge cache folder.'

This will then download a clean version next time you build a package.

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