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Nov 16, 2015

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Hi,

We are preparing images for Windows laptops owned by our students/parents.

We would like to give them all Trial versions of Creative Cloud, and should they wish to activate the installed products, the can do so via student licensing, outside of the school.

We need to install all the Creative Cloud applications on approximately 20 + laptops.

I was hoping to do one of two things:

1. Download all Creative Cloud Apps (have them on a removable hard drive, and install them from the HDD and not the Internet)

2. Create an installer / package, again on a HDD with no need to update / install from the Internet.

Any ideas etc, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Anthony Hill

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creative cloud packager

New Here ,
Nov 16, 2015

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Hi,

We are preparing images for Windows laptops owned by our students/parents.

We would like to give them all Trial versions of Creative Cloud, and should they wish to activate the installed products, the can do so via student licensing, outside of the school.

We need to install all the Creative Cloud applications on approximately 20 + laptops.

I was hoping to do one of two things:

1. Download all Creative Cloud Apps (have them on a removable hard drive, and install them from the HDD and not the Internet)

2. Create an installer / package, again on a HDD with no need to update / install from the Internet.

Any ideas etc, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Anthony Hill

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Mount Alvernia College

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 18, 2015

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Hi,

Option two looks best here.

You can use the Creative Cloud Packager to build a 'named user' package and run that on each of the machines (or use any deployment tools that you have access to).

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/packager.html

Note that in the resulting package some applications will be in the Exceptions folder and should be installed using a particular method as noted in the above help pages.

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