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Deployed with packager, need to allow updates

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Apr 26, 2016

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Hi there! I have deployed my Adobe CC + Apps via Creative clouder packager. Eg, downloaded and made my package on one machine then deployed it. i made the mistake of not allowing the user to be able to update the software later on via Creative Cloud Desktop manager. Short of uninstalling and making anew package, how can I change this and ensure that users will be able to update their software?

If you have chosen to block updates then you can re-enable them by removing the file noted in the following document.

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/disable-auto-updates-application-manager.html

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Deployed with packager, need to allow updates

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Hi there! I have deployed my Adobe CC + Apps via Creative clouder packager. Eg, downloaded and made my package on one machine then deployed it. i made the mistake of not allowing the user to be able to update the software later on via Creative Cloud Desktop manager. Short of uninstalling and making anew package, how can I change this and ensure that users will be able to update their software?

If you have chosen to block updates then you can re-enable them by removing the file noted in the following document.

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/disable-auto-updates-application-manager.html

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I've read all those articles previously. I am looking for a specific answer to my question, not links to articles that are a bit ambiguous. Can you help me please?

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Apr 27, 2016

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If you have already tried the steps , feel free to contact our support here :https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html

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Moving this discussion to the Deployment for Creative Cloud Team, Enterprise, & CS forum.

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If you have chosen to block updates then you can re-enable them by removing the file noted in the following document.

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/disable-auto-updates-application-manager.html

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