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Deployment planning for Creative Cloud for teams

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Sep 24, 2019

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Teams | Deployment guide


To deploy apps and updates, you can choose to either empower users with a self-service workflow or opt for a more managed environment where you decide what, when, and how products and features get installed.

 

Self-service Self-service packages Managed packages

Use this option if the team is small and the end users have administrative privileges on their machines.

To install and manage their applications, the end users can download the Creative Cloud Desktop app. For details, see Resources for teams end users.

Use this option if the team is small, but does not have administrative privileges on their machines.

In the Admin Console, navigate to Packages, create a self-service package, and deploy the package to the end-user machines. The self-service package contains the Creative Cloud desktop app, which users can use to install and manage their applications.

Use this option if you have a large team, if the users do not have administrative privileges, or if you want to control your users' application installs and updates. In the Admin Console, navigate to Packages, create a managed package, and deploy the package to the end-user machines.

While creating a managed package, you can choose to allow or disallow the end users without Administrative privileges, to install, and manage their applications and updates.

 

For queries, feedback, and suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below.

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Deployment planning for Creative Cloud for teams

Adobe Employee ,
Sep 24, 2019

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Teams | Deployment guide


To deploy apps and updates, you can choose to either empower users with a self-service workflow or opt for a more managed environment where you decide what, when, and how products and features get installed.

 

Self-service Self-service packages Managed packages

Use this option if the team is small and the end users have administrative privileges on their machines.

To install and manage their applications, the end users can download the Creative Cloud Desktop app. For details, see Resources for teams end users.

Use this option if the team is small, but does not have administrative privileges on their machines.

In the Admin Console, navigate to Packages, create a self-service package, and deploy the package to the end-user machines. The self-service package contains the Creative Cloud desktop app, which users can use to install and manage their applications.

Use this option if you have a large team, if the users do not have administrative privileges, or if you want to control your users' application installs and updates. In the Admin Console, navigate to Packages, create a managed package, and deploy the package to the end-user machines.

While creating a managed package, you can choose to allow or disallow the end users without Administrative privileges, to install, and manage their applications and updates.

 

For queries, feedback, and suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below.

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Admin console, Deploy and package apps, Teams

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