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Deploying Adobe CC Multiple packages

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Jul 05, 2017

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We are getting ready to deploy 10 teams of Adobe CC.

The issue is each package is 20GB when the only difference will be the license. Can copy the .msi and the .ccp files in to one? This way we don't have 80GB of duplicate space.

If you can create a License Package for the appropriate license, you can use this after installing a package containing the applications where "named user licensing" is selected, as this does not apply a serial number nor device license to the system.

Further details here: Creative Adobe Creative Cloud license package

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Deploying Adobe CC Multiple packages

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We are getting ready to deploy 10 teams of Adobe CC.

The issue is each package is 20GB when the only difference will be the license. Can copy the .msi and the .ccp files in to one? This way we don't have 80GB of duplicate space.

If you can create a License Package for the appropriate license, you can use this after installing a package containing the applications where "named user licensing" is selected, as this does not apply a serial number nor device license to the system.

Further details here: Creative Adobe Creative Cloud license package

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Jul 06, 2017

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Hi Moses Serrato,

"The issue is each package is 20GB when the only difference will be the license"  - Are you saying that you have created similar packages ??  which means all the packages have same applications

If howsoever you have created different packages with different applications you can not copy the msi files, you need to deploy each of them separately.

~Rohit

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Jul 12, 2017

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Yes, all the packages will be the same.

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Jul 12, 2017

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Hi Moses Serrato,

If you have identical applications then there is no point in creating 10 different packages, you should create one package and then deploy it.

~Rohit

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Hi Rohit,

We have 10 different physical sites each with a different license. All the packages are the same software wise. We're trying to avoid storing 80GB duplicate space on deployment server if possible. The only difference that I can tell are the .msi and .ccp files.

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If you can create a License Package for the appropriate license, you can use this after installing a package containing the applications where "named user licensing" is selected, as this does not apply a serial number nor device license to the system.

Further details here: Creative Adobe Creative Cloud license package

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