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Customization Wizard on Mac OS X

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Dec 03, 2015

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I've been trying to customize an install package for Acrobat Pro DC. I've been reading the official documentation and I don't know what I am doing wrong. These are the steps I've followed:


1) I created a file called com.adobe.Acrobat.Pro.plist and placed manually in <System Disk>/Library/Preferences/ and I added the information in the screenshot below.


2) Started the Customization Wizard and selected the plist file I created and also the Acrobat installer package.


3) I let the Customization Wizard create the custom package.


4) Installed Acrobat Pro using the custom created package.


5) Every time I launch Acrobat Pro, it still has all the cloud features and the updaters available.


I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. Any help will be appreciated.


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Customization Wizard on Mac OS X

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I've been trying to customize an install package for Acrobat Pro DC. I've been reading the official documentation and I don't know what I am doing wrong. These are the steps I've followed:


1) I created a file called com.adobe.Acrobat.Pro.plist and placed manually in <System Disk>/Library/Preferences/ and I added the information in the screenshot below.


2) Started the Customization Wizard and selected the plist file I created and also the Acrobat installer package.


3) I let the Customization Wizard create the custom package.


4) Installed Acrobat Pro using the custom created package.


5) Every time I launch Acrobat Pro, it still has all the cloud features and the updaters available.


I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. Any help will be appreciated.


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That thread is good and the doc is here: Services integration.

Ben

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Thank you so much. That worked for me. However, I discovered one thing: If you had previously logged in to Adobe Cloud from within Acrobat on the Mac, and you uninstall and reinstall, even if you apply this PLIST using the Customization Wizard, it will still not remove the Cloud functions after reinstallation. You have to sign out from the cloud before you uninstall Acrobat, and then reinstall using the custom package. I believe this was my problem from the beginning.

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