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Deployment of Acrobat DC on a per user base in a VMware View VDI environment

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Jan 22, 2016

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Hello,

a costumer has a VMware View environment with about 30-40 VMs.

We want to deploy Adobe Acrobat DC for a couple of users (not all users).

So I installed Adobe Acrobat DC costumized with the Adobe Costumization Wizard (Grant offline exception activated) on the masters and desired to regulate the access rights with an AD group and per GPO.

My problem is that, in the moment of deployment of the masters, VMware View performs a sysprep on the machines which results that Acrobat DC looses his activation.

In addition the VMs are "refreshed" after each logoff of a user.

What would be the best way to deploy Acrobat DC in our environment?

Thank you in advance.

Best Regards,

Jonathan Jacobs

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Deployment of Acrobat DC on a per user base in a VMware View VDI environment

New Here ,
Jan 22, 2016

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Hello,

a costumer has a VMware View environment with about 30-40 VMs.

We want to deploy Adobe Acrobat DC for a couple of users (not all users).

So I installed Adobe Acrobat DC costumized with the Adobe Costumization Wizard (Grant offline exception activated) on the masters and desired to regulate the access rights with an AD group and per GPO.

My problem is that, in the moment of deployment of the masters, VMware View performs a sysprep on the machines which results that Acrobat DC looses his activation.

In addition the VMs are "refreshed" after each logoff of a user.

What would be the best way to deploy Acrobat DC in our environment?

Thank you in advance.

Best Regards,

Jonathan Jacobs

Topics

Acrobat

Views

405

Likes

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Translate

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Community Guidelines
Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn more

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