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deploying multiple CC applications with multiple CC Packager packages

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Dec 07, 2015

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I'd like to deploy various CC applications, preferably as one or more CC Packager (CCP) packages, but without the CC Desktop application. What seems to make sense is to build and deploy a base package of those apps all users will want, say Acrobat DC and Photoshop, and then use additional CCP packages to install the additional apps that subsets of users need. If this is a supported method of deploying CC apps has Adobe formally documented it? Are there any caveats to deploying multiple CC apps in this way?

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deploying multiple CC applications with multiple CC Packager packages

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Dec 07, 2015

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I'd like to deploy various CC applications, preferably as one or more CC Packager (CCP) packages, but without the CC Desktop application. What seems to make sense is to build and deploy a base package of those apps all users will want, say Acrobat DC and Photoshop, and then use additional CCP packages to install the additional apps that subsets of users need. If this is a supported method of deploying CC apps has Adobe formally documented it? Are there any caveats to deploying multiple CC apps in this way?

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